Originally Posted by seatramp
So just so I understand, if you take two metal brake lines of the same diameter but different lengths and fill with brake fluid(non-compressable) then apply the same force/pressure to both lines you'll have less pressure on the output of the longer line? I don't think that's how hydraulics work unless you have air in the system. I was wrong once before though. I can see rubber expanding but metal not so much.
Besides, if pressure was actually different with different length lines would the car not pull hard to the left every time you braked in pretty much any lhd car?
Just asking as there is a lot of stuff posted here that is wrong and followed as gospel by people who just like to argue for no reason.
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