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No need to replace the clutch side, other than for bling factor. Since brake coffin master cylinder is designed for single disc, then ANY 16mm replacement master cylinder (or 19mm radial) will make for incredible upgrade. On the cheap, look to get cbr900rr brake pump from salvage yard. Or many people sell new Nissin aftermarket brake pump. Then there's the used Ducati stuff and then new brembo/ducati stuff.

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Actually, my f. brake coffin is currently operating a double front disc...must be a bigger piston in the '02 750 than the 620 single disc.
No, it is the same. Like I said, it was designed for single disc use. That doesn't prevent Ducati from using it on dual disc models for 13 years now. It sucked in 1991 and it sucks the same in 2004, if not worse now. First off, the capacity of the reservoir is less than the capacity of the calipers. So if you install new brakes and then fill up the reservoir, it will run dry before the brake pads are worn down. So, you refill along the way. Then when it's time to replace pads, you cannot push the pistons in far enough to accept the new pads and fit on the discs, so you have to remove fluid from the reservoir.

That's why so many people swap around with their brake pumps. ;D
 
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