I'm having problems getting the air out of my front brakes. I have a '93 Cobra MC with a stock Fox booster, Villager remote reservoir. Rear brakes are T-bird Turbo Coupe, fronts are 96 Cobra. I'm running separate circuits for the front and rear (no proportioning valve). I started with bleeding the rear and that went fine - getting clean fluid with no air. Then I went to the right front and I am get bubbles that won't quit. There doesn't seem to be any leaks but we just keep pumping fluid through it and the pedal is not getting any harder & the bubbles keep coming. I noticed that there are also some bubbles coming up in the MC reservoir when the pedal is depressed. The front lines do go higher than the MC so maybe that's the problem. Do I need a power bleeder? Or do I need to raise the rear to get the MC level during bleeding? I did bench bleed the MC prior to installation. Any help is appreciated!