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    Runing In Time For a SPX800cc

    Hi Guys posting for a friend of mine he just fitted a new top end oversized the cylinders and new pistons he just want to know how many hours needed to run the motor in

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    One tank below 5k. Second tank short wot bursts ok. Never leave it open longer than 2-3 seconds. Constantly vary the throttle...no constant rpm cruising. And...allow the engine to cool completely as many times as you can...getting 3-4 heat cycles on the first tank is important.

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