10. Here, all our lines that plumb the Hydra Stop have been completed. With the master cylinder held out of the way, you can see most of what’s going on: The high-pressure line coming off the back of the steering pump now goes directly into the Hydra Stop inlet, seen on the right side below the accumulator. On the left side of the Hydra Stop, a high-pressure line runs to the steering box inlet side. That other outlet line on the Hydra Stop is a low-pressure line that returns to the power steering pump reservoir. (More on that later.) What’s important to know is that once the accumulator is charged, there is no load on the pump—you won’t even know it’s charging it happens so quick. When the accumulator does discharge under braking, it’s very brief, low in volume, and short in duration.