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    At a loss on the break in process

    I am a bit confused as to which way to go. I read the link that canuck posted on my last post of advise on break in process. And now I am not sure which way to go, I have several people telling me that I need to be on the throttle in spurts and nothing wide open until after 10 hours of riding. I have replaced all the rings/ valves/ and pistons on my 2006 RXP with a stage 3 kit. I just want to ensure that this is broke in correctly as I don't want to have any blow by from the motor. Looking forward to hearing some feed back as I am going to the lake this weekend to break the ski in and just want to do it the safest way. Thanks Below is the link from the previous post incase someone didn't see it from the previous post. Thanks again

    http://www.mototuneusa.com/break_in_secrets.htm


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    You do want some wide open throttle riding in the first 10 hours.
    Just don't hold it wot for too long.
    You want to warm up everything well then wot Atleast 1 time per hour is what I've always done.
    143 hrs on 09 gtx I.S. 255 and its never used oil and runs 100%
    Most of all have fun.

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    Variation in rpms is the key to a successful break in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    Variation in rpms is the key to a successful break in.
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    as long as you avoid prolonged steady revs, you will be fine. you should get on it hard quite often, just don't hold it there more than a few seconds.

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