a four-pot turbo [pot?]

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Haroon

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Arabic-Egypt
Dear all
Context: You do get the option of a four-pot turbo or a six-pot of some description, but the V8 is the one being tested at the moment. There's independent double wishbone suspension all round, cast from aluminium, and 355mm diameter brake discs with six-pot calipers on the front (four pots on the back), too.
source:http://expensivenews.com/category/expensive-news-super-cars-2/
Is all (pots) here the same ? Does it mean Cylinder?
Thanks in advance
 
  • waltern

    Senior Member
    English - USA
    Yes, as used here pot=cylinder, whether talking about engine cylinders or brake caliper cylinders.
     
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