I changed my calipers about 6 months ago and the brakes have not felt the same since. I have ceramic pads and good calipers so I know it is not them. While bleading the front front calipers, the drivers side had great pressure, the passenger side I could not seem to get the pressure I had with the drivers side. I went to the back and blead a few pumps but no air came out. I heard there may be air in my master cylinder. Is there a quick way to get the air out of the master cylinder? I called my local brake shop and they said they would drain and power flush my system for 49 to 59 dollars. Will that get the air out of the master cylinder? Any help would be great being I am going to start pulling the camper and 4wheelers and good brakes helps a bit. Also, I have to replace the lines from the a-arm to the calipers. I have stainless braided in place now but the correct lines are at the dealer. Should I coat the threads with never sieze? The lines were frozen to the old calipers and that is why I had to replace them. Thanks again for any help.