STM DRY CLUTCH # 96080031AA INSTALL
The day has come my bike will become a "real" Ducati. Here is some supplemental info about this kit. If your Vin # falls below ZDM1100W4#009397# you will need to buy a engine case. Part # 243P0041BH. I bet you're thinking why would I need another case when I already have the 2 piece case design. Apparently on the early models the case has some extra metal that will prevent the "cereal bowl" from sitting flush. On the new part # that metal is machined down. Other than that the cases are the same.
Just look at it.
Did you bleed it with the help of vacuum bleeder? I wasn't able to bleed my rear brake until I used vacuum bleeder. I also used Stahlbus quick bleeder valve on both the caliper and the rear master cylinder (banjo bolts).My rear brake was ridiculously squishy and borderline useless while the ABS was hooked up, no matter how much I bled it. Instantly became functional with the ABS delete.
I do have a vacuum bleeder but I actually used a Reverse brake bleeder on the rear caliper. It basically pushes fluid from the caliper to the master vs pulling the fluid down.Did you bleed it with the help of vacuum bleeder? I wasn't able to bleed my rear brake until I used vacuum bleeder. I also used Stahlbus quick bleeder valve on both the caliper and the rear master cylinder (banjo bolts).
It's very hard to get rid of any air in the rear brake lines without vacuum bleeder because it is very long from rear set to ABS and back to rear MC.
On mine, ABS is always connected, but now my rear Master Cylinder is super hard when pushed, and I think it actually have too little of travel (for the lever) now.
Maybe the diameter of my new rear master cylinder is also larger than the stock master cylinder thus less travel.