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...after 2200 KM of riding. I this common? Did the brake fluid started to boil??

I was told, that this problem is due to the heat here in Thailand. A local Ducati mechanic told me, that he will change the brake fluid to DOT 5 (!!!) during the next service. I do know, that this fluid can handle higher temperatures, but I will have to watch out, it should be DOT 5.1. if any.
 

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The brake was not dragging, it happened, if I may say so, overnight. It just went from being perfect to bad. Thanks for all the answers. For now it is fixed, let us see what's coming up next. By the way, has anybody of you successfully tried to adjust the rear shock with the tool provided for, even when the rear wheel is lifted on a stand?
 
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