19Jul2005 (UTC +8) I've got a very tricky brake problem that I, nor any experienced mechanic I trust, can figure out the problem. The brake pedal is soft and mushy... so I change the fluid and bleed all four plus the LSPV, right? But no, the problem still isn't solved. I check the thickness of the rotors and the pads, but they're still within specs for my 1995 FZJ-80. We've bled it at least five times already, but still no avail. I've had the brake master cylinder repair kit from CruiserDan: didn't get fixed. Changed the brake master cylinder itself, still no good. The thing is, the brakes are very responsive when just idling/crawling along, but gets mushy when you get up to speed. Not the best when cruising down mountain roads, so I just pump it once or twice as I approach the curves before the brakes really bite. But on panic stops, when I press the brake pedal hard and fast, they bite just before they hit the floor. Any idea what's wrong? I'm stumped.