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    Polaris 700SLT Break-in Procedure!

    Hey guys I am new to this forum so bear with me.

    I got this 97 Polaris SLT700. PTO piston was bad so removed it sent it to get bored to 1.5mm oversize and bought oversize SBT pistons. Now I am almost done with the job. My question is what is the break in procedure and how long is the break in procedure? I heard somewhere I should premix 50;1 in the gas tank together with oil pump running to make sure while engine breaking in it will have plenty of lubrication. How much should I run at first start? how much throttle play? like should I give it any throttle or just let it idle? its my first time breaking in to anything other than my rc planes. ANy suggestions will be appreciated.

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    Engine break-in has been covered in a number of previous threads. Searching should find it, but the forum software on here was recently upgraded, so not everything is back to working as it should.

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