No problem, I can come back to it, as I made the reverse study on my ST2, to decide whether it was possible to use all the components of an ST3 with a "wet clutch".Please get back on the subject !!!
My understanding of the advantages of dry vs. wet is primarily directed to ease of maintenance for a racing bike since they need replacement on a regular schedule. Since Ducati has always billed themselves as a race bike company that just happens to make street bikes that makes sense.Because we want to keep it original as the way it should be!!!
Soon , you wont have any driving belt, and maybe next is a four cylinder like a jap bike!!!
All of this for the sake of productivity and $$$$$$$
Where is the ducati soul???