The brake booster is part of the power brake system.
water can go through pipes not lines that falls out
Covering the brake is putting your foot over the brake pedal without touching it. Riding the brake is actually putting pressure on the brake pedal.
Brake power is stopping power and horsepower is go power.
Very little difference except disc cylinder is generally bigger. Internally almost the same except for manufacturer differences.
there the same
The difference between a mineral that has cleavage and one that has fracture is that cleavage is the tendency of some minerals to brake along flat surfaces and fracture is the tendency of some minerals to brake unevenly along curved or irregular surfaces.
There is no difference between brakes and rotors because the rotor is just one of the many parts that make up a brake. The function of a brake rotor is to stop the wheels from spinning. The rotor is what the brake clamps hold on to stop the car.
Phenolic is a composite material and is used to reduce the transfer of heat from the brake pads to the brake fluid via the piston.
Remove electrical connections from old master cylinder remove and plug brake lines remove mounting bolts and pull off from brake booster BENCH BLEED new master cylinder prior to installing Install in reverse order of removal If bench bled properly should not have to bleed brake lines
Ceramic pads are much harder, last longer. However not compatible with all rotors, ask your brake technician at local shop.
I believe they should be struts, not shocks. The only difference is where the bracket is for the brake line, the strut itself is the same.