The wheels and carbon brakes will use Goodrich's proprietary DURACARB® carbon material, which will provide a weight savings of approximately 700 pounds (318 kg) per airplane compared to high capacity steel brakes, and 550 pounds (250 kg) compared to standard capacity steel brakes.
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