Originally Posted by Grimm
I know there are four calipers, but I've never dealt with disk brakes so I'm not educated in how they work exactly.
Aside form the ABS system, disk brakes are depressingly simple. Apply the brakes and simple hydraulic pressure in the brake cylinder pushes the piston and pad against the rotor. Release and the pressure bleeds back into the lines, leaving the pad against the rotor. Irregularites in the rotor will push the pad back slightly, but it will still rest just barely brushing the rotor. No adjusters are necessary.