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    Break In Procedure Yamaha FZS

    Hi guys, I know this has probably been put up a thousand times, BUT I'm just after some advice on the correct run in procedure for a brand new 2009 Yamaha FZS. Thanks.


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    Warm up for 5 minutes and ride hard with some WOT but dont hold WOT for more than ~10 seconds at a time.

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    Search around dude as i dont think it matters at all on how you ride it.

    Some people say nice and slow and some say hard and fast.

    Just the ride the thing. It would of got raped at the factory anyways to test the engine.

    I got a brand new yamaha R6 and took it the track with 0 kms on the clock and i redlined it at 18k RPM for the first 1000 km and still going 20000 kms later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gleson View Post
    Hi guys, I know this has probably been put up a thousand times, BUT I'm just after some advice on the correct run in procedure for a brand new 2009 Yamaha FZS. Thanks.


    I have taken delivery of five brand new Yamaha wave runners and I have always done the same thing and have never had any issues. I take it off the dealer, fill up the tank, put it in the water and ride at WOT like I stold it. I always ride at wide open throttle and put on average 100 hours on each machine so far no issues. I look at it this way if it were bournable to rider conditions Yamaha would be out of business, Julio...

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    Thumbs up Just ride it hard and have fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by gleson View Post
    Hi guys, I know this has probably been put up a thousand times, BUT I'm just after some advice on the correct run in procedure for a brand new 2009 Yamaha FZS. Thanks.


    I have taken delivery of five brand new Yamaha wave runners and I have always done the same thing and have never had any issues. I take it off the dealer, fill up the tank, put it in the water and ride at WOT like I stold it. I always ride at wide open throttle and put on average 100 hours on each machine so far no issues. I look at it this way if it were bournable to rider conditions Yamaha would be out of business, Julio...

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    Follow the procedures in the manual. That is what I did (FXHO).

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    Thanks guys for your input. I hope I have many hours of fun on this craft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baba booey View Post
    Follow the procedures in the manual. That is what I did (FXHO).
    Good advice...

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