I'm designing a custom hydraulic hand brake I want to build next. It will be a pass-through or "in-line" system, which is to be installed between the master cylinder and the rear brakes by "intercepting" the pipe to the rear brakes.
Question: I guess I can use any "normal" hydraulic cylinder, like a common master cylinder (closing extra outputs) or better, a master clutch cylinder, which commonly comes with a single in and a single out ports. Is that correct?
EDIT: this diagram is from an existing pass-through kit. My question is solely IF a regular cylinder may do right, which I guess it would.