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Multistrada Rear Brake Fix

Detailed instructions on how to fix the Ducati Multistrada 1200 Rear Brake

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How to Fix The Multistrada 1200 Rear Brake

MMultisrada 1200 rear brakes are terrible. It's a well-documented gripe. While we've seen (and tried) dozens of different solutions that claim to solve the mushy rear brake on the Ducati Multistrada, none of them have ever actually worked for us. Thanks to some insider information, we were able to identify exactly why the MTS rear brake sucks and then find a solution. We even went so far as to test this solution over the course of two riding seasons on five different Multi's to ensure that it works.

What You'll Need

The key to this solution is some very expensive brake fluid, as well as some basic brake bleeding tools. Below are the tools you'll need to do this job right.

Castrol SRF Racing Brake Fluid Bottle

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