I need your help again, guys. Let me explain to you my situation. When I'm driving my car and I push on the brake once, it sinks almost all the way to the floor. It doesn't feel like my brakes are working to its full potential with the first pump of the brake pedal. I own the front Wilwood Brakes. Here's the weird part, if I pump on it a few times, the pedal pressure builds which is exactly how I want my brakes to feel every time I step on the brakes. I didn't have this problem before I swapped my clutch in. When the car is off and I pump my brakes, pressure builds and they have a nice, firm pedal feel and not spongy. I checked for leaks and there weren't any. It doesn't seem like there are any air bubbles in the system. Well, I could be wrong, that's why I'm asking you guys. Do I need to re-bleed? What do you think the problem is or do I even have a problem? I would appreciate your input on this. Thanks.