The torque is delivered at differential rates therefore it may have an impact

The torque is delivered at differential rates

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The torque is delivered at differential rates; therefore, it may have an impact on the motors vehicles which run with a hub. Certain deceleration rates fail to activate the onboard braking system leading to reduced safety. This is one of the cases where the technology-aided system have failed to increase safety[ CITATION Ole13 \l 2057 ]. This is also caused by the overall desire of motor users to interfere with the onboard system to increase torque in the car. Installing aftermarket modifications such as cold air intakes, among other modifications reduces safety. This is because the adjustments will have a resulting implication of the onboard security system and lead to uncontrolled braking power. Since the majority of car enthusiasts will fail to recalibrate the system following an upgrade, there is likely to be an increase in error and reduces stability in the car. Annotated Bibliography
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SDT. (2020). Braking Systems . Retrieved March 22, 2020, from When making upgrades to their cars, people fail to upgrade the braking system; therefore, interfering with the normal functionality of the car. The original parts and systems of the car are optimized to ensure the car can meet various driving terrains. Improving one attribute of the car without taking into consideration other aspects of performance, such as braking, will reduce the stability of the car. This is because the car is not calibrated to operate within the conditions created. This further reduces the ability of the driver to control the car
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