Most examples of hydraulic mechanical advantage display a little force on a small piston traveling a long distance to move a bigger piston a short distance with a lot of force. With the inverse, if we have an input of: 100 lbs of force on a 3" diameter piston traveling 1" the output would be 33 lbs of force on a 1" diameter piston traveling 3" and this is true for single pistons. What happens if the output is forked into 2 or more pistons as my illustration shows? To have the same travel & force on the small diameter output pistons, would the travel & force on the input piston need to change at all? Or will it stay the same (as with a single output cylinder)? Thanks in advance.