When you converted the brakes over to disc, did you also
convert the rear brakes to the later double acting pistons?
One thing you can do to help isolate the issue is to
disconnect the line going to the rear from the junction block
and put a bolt in it's place. If the pedal firms up then you will know
that the rear brakes are the culprit.
Make sure the rear brake adjusters are not loose when you bleed
the rear brakes.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kirk Hargreaves" <email@example.com>
> 59 Bugeye 1275. . disk brake conversion from a latter year Sprite.
> I have bled the master cyl, the slave cyl and all the wheels beginning at
> the passenger side rear wheel and working to the driver side rear, then to
> the passenger side front, and the driver side front.
> All bled out. . still get brake fade. . it still feels like I am still
> pushing air through the brake lines when I pump the brakes to stop.
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