Finally got my '65 Wildcat back on the road after a complete brake system overhaul (New: Booster, MC, NiCop brakelines throughout, wheel cylinders. shoes, springs , etc.). But now I have what I believe is a vacuum problem. I have to gas the engine somewhat and wait for the pressure to build up in order to move the car, especially after using the brakes to slow or stop the vehicle. Additionally, there's a lot of brake pedal travel before the car begins to slow and or stop. On a side note, I took the advice of another forum use and after replacing the brake booster, I discarded the 1/2" rubber hose that ran from the back of the carb to the brake booster check valve, and replaced it with a 3/16" NiCop hard line using 3AN fittings. Is this part of my problem? Have I created a "vacuum problem" by doing so? What other things can I check to remedy my hesitation problem? Thanks in advance.