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    Master cylinder seals would be my guess too. Sounds like seals are folding instead of pumping fluid. When you open the cylinder check the seals for cracks or any nicks. Also check for pitting in the inside on housing.
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    Well, so far so good. I changed out the master cylinder yesterday, packed a spare pair of underwear and for the short test drive the brake pedal stayed where it should. I didn't take the old one apart until I'm sure the fault doesn't reappear.

    In other news I tried something new with the GT.


    For a better view of what I was trying.



    It was done for a laugh(I know but I don't get out much) but I kind of like it. It turned out to not be the worst rear spoiler I have ever seen on a GT. Don't worry purists it's not a permanent fixture but for my GT3, maybe?
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    "You can't fix stupid, but stupid eventually fixes itself." -Issac T.

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