Need some help. I have searched, read, read and read.... I did the granada swap on the 56 mainline. Here is what I have -NON power Disc/Drum Brake setup -Disc/Drum master (New) Firewall mounted Here is the specs on my master (NM1614 first 1978 granada) Application: Manual brakes With 2 wheel disc brakes (Front) -used granada prop valve -All new brake lines -New calipers, rotors, pads (bleeder in correct location) -Slightly used drums/shoes with brand new wheel cyls and hardware -No residual valves since using stock granada prop valve I bench bled master, installed. Gravity bled all 4 lines at the same time until no more air. Had a pretty good firm pedal. Test drove car in the driveway, 10mph or less, takes a lot of effort to stop and it take a good distance to stop too. I knew my drum adjusters werent where they should be, so I backed up and stopped about 20 times to get them set. NO better. So I pulled the rear drums off, turned the adjusters in all the way, did the backup and stop thing again many times, same result. Now I can actually bottom the master out, but pumping quickly will still give a decent pedal briefly. Results - The master has been full of fluid for 2 weeks, and its still full, do not see any leaks. - If I pump the pedal 2-3 times, I get a stiff pedal. It will go soft again a minute later though. - It will stop, but takes a lot of effort and a some distance to stop, not what I expect from less than 10mph and disc front brakes. Could this be: air? prop valve? push rod adjustment? Calipers? Just the way it is without power brakes? Without reinventing the wheel here, I just dont know where to start troubleshooting it.