01-21-2006, 12:18 AM #1
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Does anyone know how the engine break in on new RXP works?
Anyone can help me? I read in this forums couple months ago regarding the break in engine on RXP but I lost the thread.
I read something like: from 0-3 hours the RPM should be within 1000-3000 and after 3 hours the RPM can be pushed higher like 4000.
01-21-2006, 01:34 AM #2
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Do a search on the engine break in and it should post a thread for you.
I just take it easy the first 5min and then vary the throttle and once the engine is warmed up I punch it but not for a long time. After the first tank full I always let the engine warm up and later on I drive it like I stole it.
I don't know how this will effect my break in on my RXP but I haven't had any problems and this is how I break in all my skis.
I babied my first GP1300R and it slowed down a little later on. On my second GPR I just took it easy the first gas tank and then rode it hard. It perfoms great.
I use to worry about it but racers have new engines and they do the same thing almost, but then again they rebuild their engines so..........
01-21-2006, 02:20 AM #3
mr. can open opener meet ms. can of worms
01-21-2006, 02:31 AM #4
Jarrett once told me his break in method...
Guess it works for him
01-21-2006, 07:44 AM #5
That is not how most of here would break in an engine. I dont subscribe to the "easy break in method"
Here is a good article that most of us seem to follow.
01-21-2006, 11:01 PM #6Originally Posted by jack
01-22-2006, 11:41 AM #7
I was talking to my sisters BF yesterday, and when he worked for BRP in Melbourne, FL, they would break it in differently.
He told me 1st tank of gas, keep increasing the max rpm by 1000 every 15 minutes, but never leave in one spot to long, byt the end of first tank you can do quick WOT bursts.
Second tank, just dont hold it WOT all day long.
Third tank do whatever you want.
Also said they wouldnt flush out the skis there but once a week.
01-22-2006, 01:57 PM #8
Beat the SHIT out of it first time in water. Today engines do NOT have to be broke in.
01-22-2006, 03:37 PM #9Originally Posted by 11
01-22-2006, 03:49 PM #10
Drive it like you stole it. Oh and make sure you change your oil after 10 hours.
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