OK-- I know this has been a topic many times but now I want it to be all about MeMeMe--- The 40 Ford coupe has been on the lift for three weeks and I have zero hair to pull out. What I have is a pretty decent looking coupe with big and littles on steel wheels, a little drop up front.. Heck, isn't that all a 40 needs? So-- Just because someone before me thought it needed power did disc, it has them. GM style dual master under the floor - YEP, master booster is lower than the calipers. GM rear calipers, Mustang II stuff up front. I have 2psi residual valves one up front and one to the rear.. And a proportioning valve on the rears. 6:1 pedal ratio. all TCI stuff. Stainless lines and fittings. All new. Got the car one of the rear calipers "looked" a but wet, so I replace all of them. NOW--- bleeding brakes using the bottle and hose-- zero bubbles... it don't take long and the rear calipers back off and the soft pedal goes to the floor---- I replaced the residual valves-- Tried again-- same soft pedal goes to floor.. Replace the M/C-- same deal soft pedal goes to floor.. I checked pedal travel to see if I had full pushrod travel so the M/C was going all the way to the bottom and returning all the way to the top-- Yep-- Plenty of travel. Checked clearance M/C to booster too. What Next?