Oohhhh too much range..... I tryed the bike and i used one finger only to almost stoppie.. It looks you have air indide circuit. Never seen so much range
Here is a Ducati with ABS brake bleed video:Thanks guys. I'm tempted to bleed it myself as its a pain to take back to the dealer.
I just hope the air is not in the ABS as I think you have to trigger the ABS using the diagnostics to get the air out.
I am really glad to hear that you were able to see some improvement with a bleed. I wonder if somehow there is still a little bit of whipped air in the system. I have seen tiny air bubbles caused by the system being worked up into literally a lather. Might be worth the cable tie trick for at least a check.Ok I've bled the brake and they've improved. Now about 2cm from the grip under firm pressure. I certainly can't push it back to the grip with my thumb as in the video.
I think they are good enough to leave until the first service, where they may say it's normal.
I'll leave it sat with the lever cable tied in case that improved things.
Looking at how the hose loops up at the bars, the master cylinder is lower than this loop. Wondering about taking the master cylinder off the bars to get it higher.
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Thanks Elvisto that's a great help. Mine has been cabled tied since Friday so I'll compare with your measurements today.I measured the gap between Handlebar and Grip
On number 4 setting it's 1", On number 1 setting it's 1 3/4",
Measurements taken at the closest point,( the bend in the lever,)