Originally Posted by 1971BB427
Should be fine after that. No reason to bench bleed it now that it's been in place on the car. Just be sure to bleed it enough to get any air pockets that are near the master all the way out the end of the system.
So yesterday we bled the brakes with really no problems. All new fluid in the lines, all nice and clear. Taking it for a drive, the brakes are there, but not where they were. I don't know if smaller booster is supposed to affect it this much. The car does stop, but really have to push super hard and even then it's not slamming on the brakes like it used to. Any ideas on this? And I'm 100% sure no bubbles in the lines. 3 big bottles of brake fluid and with a vac pump... was done right.