While initially developed by French aviation pioneer Gabriel Voisin in 1929, antilock braking systems weren't used on mass-produced aircraft until the America's Cold War years. The ABS system could help bring heavy nuclear bombers like the B-47 to a stop much more quickly, which meant shorter runways and smaller targets for enemy bombers. Decades later, the modern electronic ABS system uses a computer and a host of sensors to vary brake pressure. But the computer is only half the equation; at some point, electrons must turn into physical movement, and that's where the modulator comes in.
The E46 is the factory designation for the fourth generation of the popular 3 Series made by German manufacturer BMW. The E46 was powered by a variety of engines over its production run. There was also a high-performance variant called the M3 that was developed by BMW's Motorsport division. Unlike the E46's replacements, the E90 and E92, the E46 was never turbocharged as a way to get additional power from the engine. This has not stopped the aftermarket from developing turbo kits for the E46. Turbochargers can last a long time with the proper care, but if neglected can fail.
Before starting a business, you may want to analyze your proposed products and services for the ability of each to generate revenue. With an automated revenue tracking system, you can analyze your data during the planning stage of your venture, as well as during your operation through point of sale technology, and after by using the tracking system to collect data for future marketing strategies. Tracking begins by associating each client, partner or transaction with a revenue tracking number.