Kelly over at Trackstar got my parts in to fix my MC on Monday. I also ordered a SS line and adjustable shorty levers. I picked them up on Wednesday and swapped them out the next day. I used my little vacuum pump to clean out my old MC and line. I pulled them off and put the new parts on. Then I used a giant syringe and back filled the system. I re-attached the vacuum pump to get the air out of the top of the caliper. I sucked out a bunch of bubbles and after several minutes of vacuuming the bubbles were still coming. I decided to try it the old fashion way and pumped my lever while opening and closing the bleeder valve. I did this for a long time and no bubbles were coming out. I put the cap back on the MC and take it up and down the street. The brake feel is terrible. Very squishy. What further steps can I take to finish bleeding my brakes?