DB4, DB5 and DB6
General Characteristics

Dunlop braked cars are fitted with a single circuit system, single servo and twin pot callipers for both front and rear brakes.

In contrast, the Girling brake system uses triple pot callipers on the front and twin pot callipers on the rear, with pads of significantly greater size. The handbrake acts on the rear discs with a separate cable operated brake calliper.

What can be done to improve things?