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    Break In Time

    I'm just wondering if i should expect a break in time for the rear oil seals i put in on the crank of my 1100? My dad said just spend a day not going about 3/4 throttle because the are just seals and we lubricated them pretty good before installation. So what u guys think?

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    nah....breakin is for seating rings.

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    so i dont have to worry about going WOT? That would be a good thing because i dont think i could handle not being able to do that for a day or two. There has been two jetskis down there that have no skill what so ever and i have been stuck tryin to do my normal moves on our friends STX-12 i think it is. So this weekend i should get my rep back on the river!
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