Traction Control Brake System

I didn’t try this one, but the company manufacturing the TCB system (Traction Control Braking) markets it as a lifesaving device for all motorcycles, even ATV’s and snowmobiles. It’s not an ABS unit as found factory installed on a few motorcycles. The TCB uses its Patented "Gas Charged Accumulator Action" to help prevent wheel lock from happening. Normally brake fluid in the brake system acts like a metal rod causing the brake pad to find a high or low spot on the rotor in order to lock and stick. Lifesaver’s accumulator acts like a "shock-absorber inside the brake system to allow the brake pads to float and drag on the rotor to help eliminate wheel lock from happening. The TCB device needs to be threaded into the brake caliper (or master cylinder if room does not permit installation at the caliper. You can use it for both front & rear brake. This Product fits 95% of any year, make or model of any motorcycle. Check your application by going to MBJ Technologies LLC.

3 Responses to “Traction Control Brake System”

  1. 1 Jose Jan 5th, 2007 at 1:24 pm

    Is there anyone who can tell me if it works properly?

  2. 2 Mark Lipski Jul 3rd, 2007 at 10:04 am

    Although it is under construction the site is pretty informative any further questions can be directed to me.

    Mark Lipski; Inventor

    TCB Brake Systems, LLC

  3. 3 Steve Flores Aug 7th, 2007 at 11:33 am

    I put this on my 02 Deuce and it really does what it says on! I love it.

    I am buying Traction Control Brakes for my kid’s ATV as well to help protect them.


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