Brake feel

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I just replaced/rebuilt my entire brake system except for some of the lines and converted the rear drums to disc. The new booster is a dual diaphragm and i think it my be working to good. There isn't much brake feel at all till 30-40% down but it is slowing down as soon as i touch the brake and it stops effortlessly.
I just want a little feeling to it so it's not so easy to over brake. Is there any like a proportioning valve for the vacuum line? something i can adjust to get the best feel?

Thanks!

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sorry it took so long to gert back to your questions, I do appreciate the help.
the booster is a #53-2460 8.5" diameter (90's 4runner booster)
the master is a Dorman M39996 New Brake Master Cylinder 1" bore
 
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forgot to add the calipers,
on the front are stock that came on the truck
the rears are monte carlos

really i was just wanting to know if there was a proportioning valve that could be used on the booster vacuum. don't really want to start replacing new part that work.

Thanks for any feedback
 
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