My problem was finally eliminated by replacing the front master cylinder.
I've been off the air here for some time now. Life happened . . . Right so back to this issue. I've rebuilt the calipers and rebled the entire system, worked beautifully for about a month and the issue returned. I've given up. I'm taking my bike in for the desmo service in a couple of weeks and having them replace the master cylinder as all roads seem to lead to the master cylinder.OK, so basically 2 months in and the lever feel has been flawless. Got onto my bike this morning an the issue has returned:crying:. Bled the master to see if any air was trapped, there was none. So this seems to be caliper related . . . I'll tear the calipers off over the weekend and see whats what. Maybe they just need a good rebuilding.
2nd resurrection, @Pard, after master replaced you thought it was fixed, did it return? Any final thoughts or just a bad system? I have same issues, mc bleed does nothing.
Year ago now. Bike long since out of my fleet, but to the best of my recollection, the fix was NOT permanent. I just got used to it.@Pard I'm also wondering if it ever came back after replacing the master! Same issue on 899 now, mixed track and street use so don't really want to delete ABS of replacing master does the trick. Thanks!