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  • Q. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DRUM AND DISC - NTORQ?

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    Rishi
    Rishi | 1 year ago

    There are only three differences 1:- you wont be getting the Engine k**l switch in the drum version and you will be getting it in the disc version 2:-no charging socket in the drum version and you will be getting it in the disc version 3:- as the Variant tells thay you wont be getting the front Disc there is a slight less Legroom in the Drum variant as compared to the Disc variant

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    Sairaj
    Sairaj | 1 year ago

    The drum brakes is derived from the brake shoe is in the closed compact cylinder like shape basically in the tyre and the it is completely based on the brake wire and it is old breaking system and the Disc brake is at outer side of tyre and it is based on hydrolic system

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    Yash
    Yash | 1 year ago

    Drum brakes have drum brakes in both wheels. Where as disc brakes have disc brake in front tyre.Better is disc brake as it have more stopping power then drum. So from safety point of view disc is better.

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