This section is about the caliper brake on the motorcycle. In this case it concerns a double four-piston caliper brake, whose first piston – going with the driving direction - is somewhat smaller than the second piston. This puts less braking power on this side of the brake pads and prevents a harsh and difficult to handle braking power. An important difference to the car brakes is the attachment of the brake disk, because it allows a certain axial adjustment to account for play between the brake pads in the brake pliers, which is firmly attached, and the brake disk. The somewhat fuzzy wiring for the number of revolutions of the wheel should be disregarded.