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Volvo brakes

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There is a negligible reduction in the polar moment of inertia when the calipers are behind the strut. That would make your car negligibly more agile. There may also be more air flowing past the caliper. Not sure about that, with all the turbulence. I think the plumbing works out better with the caliper behind the strut.

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