Dry Clutch conversion was what I remembered the search to be..
i was not being rude or mean. I have a 05 ST3 and thought of this back in 05.
The wrenches I asked about this gave me the impression it was more work then it was worth doing
As a matter of fact the last threads I do recall regarding this issue was left off with no information of actual cases but lots of info of very expensive possibilities. Also with people yearning for someone who might eventually come out with a kit for a wet to dry clutch conversion.
I was left with the impression from the wrenches and the forum that it would almost be cheaper to swap out with a dry clutch motor
My theory and from info gathered fwiw is the side cases would need to be swapped or the existing case's oil passage would need to be plugged.
Last time I did anything like that was on a 62 Pan head Harley so I could run a primary belt drive. Lotta work. All in all it would be custom and most of the time "Custom" is a very expensive word.
There is a cool option that Dave McQueen has done which was to cut out a hole and put a sealed window so you could see the clutch spin. Neat, novel and brave idea but not a dry clutch by any means.
I will leave you to do a search for that one.
Maybe someone can help out and remembers that thread by Dave?
I would be very interested to see what comes up this time with this wet to dry conversion thread.
Keep us posted.
Post edit: Found a picture of the McQueen Clutch viewer
I tried a search before posting but came up dry. After your post, I tried again with different key words and found some threads speculating about an NCR kit and expensive DP parts.
However, I'm wondering if anyone has actually done this using cheap parts scavenged off another DS engine, not a 3k+ conversion kit.