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RVibrake2 Auxiliary Braking System is the most advanced and easiest to use braking system for flat towing a car behind a motorhome. The Towing Law requires that a tow vehicle have a braking system when RV towing a car with a Tow Bar or A-Frame system.

Designed with a unique "One-Touch Auto Positioning" technology that allows for a perfect installation in your tow vehicle every time.

Setup takes less than 30 seconds, and is compatible with RVibrake's Tire Pressure Sensors.
*Breakaway System and Wireless Monitor Included



RVibrake2*:
RVibrake2 only [$1,150.00]
RVi2/TPMS combo (Save $25) [$1,375.00]
RVi2 + TPMS + Towed Battery Charger (Save $50) [$1,400.00]

 
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RVi2 Diagram

RVibrake Dims Thin and light design

RVibrake2 is the smallest and easiest to use auxiliary braking system for flat towing a car behind a motorhome. Unlike other portable braking systems, RVibrake2's housing pushes against the floor pan (the rise in the floor where the driver’s seat is mounted) in the tow vehicle instead of the soft seat when activating. This allowed RVibrake2 to be designed as small as possible making RVibrake2 easy to install and easy to stow. (15% thinner than RVibrake)

RVibrake2 Auto PositionOne-Touch Auto Positioning

This is truly one of a kind technology. Push the green Auto Position button on RVibrake2’s control panel and watch RVibrake2’s actuator push on the brake pedal, positioning the housing against the seat pan automatically. RVibrake2’s One-Touch Auto Positioning technology allows for a perfect install every time, no guessing if RVibrake2 was installed properly!

2nd Generation Technology
(2.0 Software)
RVi 2.0 Software Diagram

RF Signal Boost
RVibrake2's new RF Signal Boost software now gives you greater RF communication. RF is restricted by the FCC
Tire Pressure Sensors
RVibrake Tire Pressure Sensors are the easiest to use tire pressure sensors available. Simply enable the sensors on RVibrake2's Wireless Monitor, thread them onto the towed vehicle's tire stems, and you’re ready to go! (sensors sold separately)
Battery Protection
Built upon RVibrake's 1.0 software battery monitoring, RVibrake2 monitors your towed vehicle's battery voltage output as well as RVibrake2's draw on the towed vehicle's battery.

RVibrake2 installedTruly Proportional
RVibrake is the only portable braking system that is truly proportional, because it pushes against the solid floorpan an not the seat cushion. The harder you brake in the motorhome the harder RVibrake2 pushes on the brake pedal of your towed vehicle. RVibrake2's proportional technology provides smooth operation in moderate braking, or panic braking situations

RVi2 Wireless Monitor in coachWireless Monitor
The Wireless Monitor will allow you to make adjustments to RVibrake2's settings while traveling, as well as monitor performance.

Features include:
• Change RVibrake2 settings (vehicle and sensitivity) on the fly
• Bar graph display of when the towed vehicle is braking
• Manual Brake Test activation
• Towed Vehicle low battery indication
• Audible Break-Away alert
• Tire Pressures (When enabled)

RVi2 installed top viewLightning Fast Installation
30 second setup
1) Attach the brake pedal clevis onto the brake pedal
2) Slide the RVibrake2 up against the rise in the floorboard or stop plate.
3) Plug the power cord into the towed vehicle's 12-volt outlet
4) Press the Auto Position button on the control panel
5) RVibrake2's adjustable actuator will push on the pedal, moving the housing into the same position every install.


RVibrake2 communication Diagram


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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 22 Write a review »

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Rvi Brake May 29, 2015
Reviewer: Wayne Olford from St.John's, NL Canada  
Very please with rvi brake haven't travelled with it yet

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RViBrake works for me May 26, 2015
Reviewer: Brentson Worrell from Tampa, FL United States  
This is my 1st RV so obviously this is my 1st braking system and I have nothing to compare it with.   What made me choose RVibrake over some of the others is its speed of braking reaction and small size.  So far I an very satisfied with its performance.  The wireless Monitor fits in my drivers console just fine, but I could see where the addition of a cord on the 12v plug and a mounting bracket would be helpful if you don't have a 12v socket handy on your dash.

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Happy Camper May 21, 2015
Reviewer: Dennis Lynch from Roseburg , OR United States  
We used a Brake Buddy for over ten years and were very happy with it.  Now we have a new RVibrake2, and are even happier.  It is compact, lightweight, and even easier to set-up and take down than our old unit.  We had initial install issues, and were pleased with the service and advice from RVi staff.

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First Trip May 21, 2015
Reviewer: Bob Miller from Tracy, CA United States  
Just completed our first long trip using the RVibrake and it worked great. We are towing a 2011 Chevrolet HHR and I have the system set up as a small SUV with sensitivity set to high. Easy to set up and to stow away after towing.  

Bob

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RVI2 Great - Tire Monitor ? May 20, 2015
Reviewer: Ray McClellan from West Des Moines, IA United States  
Have traveled thousand of miles using the RVi2. It's easy to install and works great towing our Jeep Grand Cherokee.  Also bought the tire pressure monitors, but have had little to no luck getting them to work. Sent them back once and they replaced them, still cannot rely on them.  They pair sometimes, but most of the time they simply report 10 or 11 lbs of pressure when they should be showing 35.  Have tried everything the manual suggests and they don't work.  I would rate the brake a 10. The tire monitor 0.

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