Ever since I started my weber swap Ive been struggling with brakes. Before the swap with my stock 8v the brake pedal was very firm and grabbed high up. Ever since I swapped my pedal feel is terrible and grabs down low and is way too squishy, but when the car is off it is perfect. Ive bled my brakes probably 10 times with a power bleeder theres no air coming out anywhere, the car stops very well and with my new girling 60's up front and hawk pads it will pull your eye sockets out it stops so well, but the pedal is absolutely terrible you think its going to the floor and doesnt feel comfortable. I have ss lines all around also. Ive also got a brand new 25mm master cylinder, the only not new brake part is my brake booster.
I was wondering if it has something to do with my vacuum from my manifold. Im using 5\16ths hose from a 5\16ths barb drilled in one of the runners. I was wondering if I drilled all 4 and t'd them together if I would yield better pedal firmness or run a restrictor in my current line or run a bigger line or something because it feels unsafe to drive the way it is right now.