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  • Q. What is the difference between single channel ABS and Double Channel. - CB Unicorn 150?

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    Ananthu
    Ananthu | 10 months ago

    Single Chanel abs system apply only front wheel but the double Chanel apply back and front wheels equal preposition Cb unicorn 150 is single Chanel abs.

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    Yash
    Yash | 9 months ago

    Single chanel ABS comes in only one wheel i.e. front wheel whereas dual channel ABS commes with both the wheels.

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    Yash
    Yash | 9 months ago

    Single chanel ABS comes in only one wheel i.e. front wheel whereas dual channel ABS commes with both the wheels.

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