OK we have not visited this brake setup for a year or so that I am aware of and I know that some of you guys swear by this setup. Power bakes driven off of your power steering pump. So the back story, just so that you will know that I am not touting something I read on line. Today I was driving a late model that has factory hydro-boost brakes across town. All was hunky dory. Well all was hunky dory until I discovered that the car had lost a power steering hose. I thought it felt a little sluggish but I was running at my normal 70 MPH down the freeway and it was still driving. Everything was fine until I had to do a panic stop. Guess what the peddle went straight to the floor. I grabbed the E brake and got it stopped and used the E brake to limp home. I have said this before and I'll say it again this is a dangerous brake system. I guess no more dangerous that any other brake system but how it works is if your pump is good you're golden, if you loose power steering or your engine dies or to throw a belt you got zero brakes. The people who are selling them to you will tell you that they will work one time but do not count on it. I don't care what anyone runs in their old hooptie just don't run whatever it is in ignorance. At the very least if you are running this system make sure that you have a functional E brake. OK my rant for the week. Play nice and don't fight.