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PVC Coated Galvanized Inner Brake Cable
Galvanized Inner Brake Cable
1.5mm or 1.0-3.0mm
2M or as required
Head or nipple
alloy,custom size such as 4*4mm for shifting cable; 6*7mm for brake cable
Minimum breaking strength
Cable cover structure
1P,2P, and SP
Cover color options
black, white,single color as red, blue;laser cover
less than 40ppm
1)100pc/ppbag, 1000pcs/ctn 2)as customer's request
500 pcs Brake Cable
within 3 working days
(1)Stainless Steel PVC coated bike brake cable, Greater strength, toughness
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(4)2m Cable housing, Front Brake cable- 1.1m, Rear Brake Cable-1.7m; Cable ferrules, cable ends, and S-bucklesare available.
(5)Universal bike brake cable . Suitable for all types of bicycle, mountain bike, road bike, folding bike
Introduction to F1 Chassis
In ordinary automobile textbooks, the vehicle chassis is defined as such. The chassis is used to support and install the engine and its various parts and assemblies to form the overall shape of the car and receive the power of the engine to make the car move and ensure the normal driving of the whole. It is composed of four parts: transmission mechanism, driving mechanism, steering mechanism and braking mechanism. In other words, except for the engine, tires and body shell, almost all are included in the category of chassis.
Since it is a broad definition for all vehicles, it is also applicable to F1 racing; but in F1, the chassis we usually refer to mainly refers to the monocoque and the transmission running mechanism. In the 2014 edition of the F1 technical rules, the parameters of the chassis Strictly defined and restricted.
According to Article 20 of the FIA Sports, the team championship (manufacturer's championship) is only awarded to chassis manufacturers. This shows the important position of chassis manufacturing in F1. An F1 team can use engines from other manufacturers, but to become a legal registered team, it must have the ability to manufacture its own chassis. There are a total of 10 teams in F1, which means there are 10 chassis manufacturers, namely: Mercedes, Renault, McLaren-Honda, Ferrari, Williams, Red Bull, Red Bull Youth, Force India, Haas and Sauber.
F1 chassis rules
The restrictions on the chassis of the F1 technical rules mainly include: manufacturing materials, size definitions and safety test indicators. The manufacturing materials are uniformly made of carbon fiber composite materials, while the latter two restrictions are more specific, which will be described separately below.
One, size limit
The F1 technical rules require that the maximum body width should not exceed 1400 mm, and there is no limit on the length; the total body height (excluding the camera) should not exceed 950 mm, and the width between the center lines of the left and right wheels should not exceed 1400 mm. The total width of the rear wing is 950 mm. The distance from the front wheel axis to the forefront of the front wing must not exceed 1200 mm, the rear wheel axis to the last edge of the tail wing must not exceed 500 mm, and the total height of the tail wing must not exceed 800 mm.
Second, the safety test,
The safety test is mainly for the cockpit and the front and rear of the car. The safety crash test for the cockpit is the most stringent. The side of the cockpit must be able to withstand a steel sheet with a diameter of 300 mm and a mass of 780 kg at a speed of 10 m/s at a speed of 90 Degree of impact. When the monocoque with a total mass of 780KG is tied to the bracket and hits the concrete wall vertically at a speed of 14 m/s, it must be possible to ensure that the driving cabin is intact.
F1 engine rules
Engine type: 1.6-liter V6Turbo
Engine displacement: 1600cc
Engine angle: 90 degrees
Valve structure: 4 valves per cylinder, 24 in total
Intake mode: single turbocharged, no boost limit
Drive mode: central rear drive
Engine quality: minimum 145KG (including Turbo and ERS)
The engine is the core, most expensive, most confidential and most complex component of an F1 car. In order to save money, reduce power output and improve safety, the FIA switched to a 1.6-liter V6 Turbo engine from the 2014 season. According to the 2014 F1 technical rules released by the FIA, the power unit is subdivided into six modules: internal combustion engine (ICE), turbocharger (TC), kinetic energy motor (MGU-K), thermal energy motor (MGU-H), energy Storage unit (ES) and control unit (CE).