Proper Way of Engine Break-in a Car by Ben Alameda Racing
How to break in a car engine from a guru of drag racing
Ben Alameda of Philippine American Racing Association (PARA)
Video courtesy of Toby Calderon & Ben Alameda
Car is stock Mustang. Ben
alameda is a guru of racing in USA. His works and cars has been featured in
USA car magazines and also in Discovery Channel.
How to Break In A New or Rebuilt Engine - EricTheCarGuy
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I'm sure there is more than one way to do this but this is the way that I
was taught and it seems to work as intended. The idea is to make sure the
engine is fully lubricated before you start it up for the first time as we
know all too well what happens to an engine without oil, in fact I forgot
to show me filling up the oil filter with oil before I installed it sorry.
Feel free to add your tips and tricks in the comments.
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How to breakin an engine using motoman hard break in style.
For newly purchased motorcycle/car or newly installed cylinder block or
rebore block, This is an example of engine hard breakin procedure as per
motoman mototuneusa break in method.
step1: warmup the engine for about 5-10minutes on idle
step2: go outside your city and do the quick acceleration and deceleration
step3: use all your gears
step4: rev it hard but dont let the throttle steady on the same speed,
always play with your throttle
step5: After 50kms of hardbreakin, change oil and change the oil filter (a
step6: hardbreakin again for the next 500kms
step7: change oil after 250kms
step8: hardbreakin again
step9:changeoil and change oilfilter
step11:changeoil after 1000kms and change oil filter
step12: enjoy your fast bike!!!
Lastly Do this at your own risk!
Engine break-in stand
Video of home built engine test/break-in stand. Engine is a stock Mopar 318
2 barrel open headers.
New Engine Break In - M13
Everyone agrees that a "Hard Break-In" gives more power. But most say that
it also decreases reliability........they are wrong. The reason
"soft/factory break ins" have LESS power is because they have a less
complete seal of the piston rings. And that means leakage. And leaks with
time become larger and larger......I did a factory break-in on two of my
vehicles....both times the engines were gimped and the vehicles didn't last
as long as others. I've done the hard break-in on my car and my Ninja and
both run better than stock....people think I've had engine work
done....that's how noticeable the difference is.
Link with more info: http://mototuneusa.com/break_in_secrets.htm
Camshaft Break In Procedure Video - Engine Building DVD
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Basic Engine Building DVD - Chapter 60: Camshaft Break-In
If you have a new camshaft, the break-in procedure is critical. Follow our
guidelines and you won't flatten a cam lobe and ruin the internals of your
engine. The basic formula is 20 minutes @2000 rpms and never going below
1500 rpms. Make sure not to let it idle. Changing from 1500 to 2500 rpm
every few minutes will help the cam break-in as well.
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BMW M54b30 jmb engine.avi
BMW e36 with M54b30 engine running in the Swedish BMW Cup, class special.
JMB Optimering will maintain this car during season 2011
Engine built by JMB Optimering.
BMW E36 Vanos & Tensioners Install part 2
Here is the 2nd part of Vanos & Tensioners where we put everthing back
together. I threw out the option of making a homemade dummy tensioner tool
for those that wish to try it out, I've used it several times in the past
and it works great when your in a pinch.