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Old Aug 1st 2017, 08:31 PM   #21
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Yeah, I have heard reports of Ducati master cylinder issues before. But as always, check the simple/obvious things first.

As I said, the one man kit is straightforward. The reservoirs shouldn't affect the system, unless it's where it maybe drawing air in? Just check they're installed properly and fully tightened. Rizoma is good quality so I'm pretty sure they won't be your issue.

Can you tell if it's the standard master cylinder from Ducati? If it's an aftermarket replacement that may be the issue? Or when it was installed it wasn't bled throuh adequately afterwards.

Done right you should feel an improvement after first bleed. But that system is a bit of a pig I found. Keep at it, anything else, just ask
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