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The thing inline under the cardboard thing does limit pressure to the rear tires under very hard braking. I would expect the rear brakes to stop both rear tires period. If your passenger's side rear is still not stopping then you have a serious problem there. When you bleed the brakes are you bleeding all four starting with the right rear, then left rear, then right front, then left front?

If you are getting a mushy pedal, you have done lots of work to the front, but the back right is not working, then have you done lots of work to the rear, that corner especially?? Did you replace all four rubber lines? It sounds like there is a problem with that rear caliper or something. Maybe the pressure limiting valve is limiting too much pressure to the rear.

I don't know, but I would definitely keep working on it.
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