Guys, i have an issue with my brakes that i thought maybe someone on here could help me figure out. I bought a full system from ABS in california that consists of 13" drilled and slotted rotors on all four corners, aluminum 4 piston calipers on all four corners, braided steel flex hoses from the original hard lines to the calipers. In the back i mounted a tee to the body (above the driveshaft tunnel, in front of the gas tank) then ran 1/8" hardline to the braided flex hose at the back calipers. Its a power brake set up with an 8" booster. My problem is a very soft peddle. The kind that takes your breath away when you first start to hit the brakes, thinking you have none. it stops really good after you get down to the bottom of the travel, but i probably only have 2" of peddle left before it bottoms out. Ive run at least a gallon of brake fluid through it, so i am confident there is no air in the lines. I had my son push the brakes hard and then i pulled the lid off the master cylinder, then had him let off the brakes. there was NO rush of fluid back into the master, so i think its big enough bore size for my set-up. WHAT GIVES????? PLEASE HELP!!!!