The cylinder pistons have the function of “casting” different materials. In the braking system, the input and control cylinders of the coupling and the power steering are nowadays used hydraulically. What distinguishes them from other similar cylinders is just the name: main brake cylinder and servo cylinder. As already mentioned, such devices are also required in other systems. In order to achieve the necessary results and, therefore, increase the force of action, both cylinders have a common denominator. Primary force derives from the action of the driver and may be the push of the pedal or the rotation of the steering wheel.
This is a weak force that, before reaching the inlet cylinder, must be increased within the braking system by means of the servo brake. The necessary elements for this purpose are hydraulic oil and a flexible hose. At this point, the force is still weak and acts on a piston that pushes away the oil. The amount of oil that can be pushed depends on the piston surface. Subsequently, the oil enters the control cylinder, where a piston has a larger surface. This surface can push a greater amount of oil and therefore increase the input force. This is one of the features of the hydraulic system. It is necessary to calculate case by case how large the surface of the piston is to cause the desired effect. This means that by installing a turbocharger, it is also necessary to make a change to the hydraulic system. The good functioning of the hydraulic system depends largely on the amount and level of oil cleaning.
To check its status, just look at the special transparent tank. If the liquid inside is dark, the oil is dirty and the hydraulic filter can not clean it enough. In this case, changing the oil and replacing the filter is imperative. If you are looking for quality spare parts, visit our online store where you will find everything you need: oil level pedal, steering wheel crossbar, tire press, bodyboard side, etc.