When I had replaced my lines on my car my bleeding procedure was pumping the pedal 10 times. As I read several articles it said pumping to much can actually cause more bubbles to form. Stoptech's site says to press the pedal 3 times and then bleed, holding the pedal down and then once close pumping the pedal back up, but do the pedal then need to be pumped more than 3 times or just pump it up and then 3 times and bleed?
Does it sound like I was pressing to many times perhaps and that is why I still have a very spongy pedal feel? I have the SS lines and now the ST pads all the way around.