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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 must)
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!
Motorcycle Hard Break-in Method
This is a video on how to do a hard break-in on a motorcycle or any other
vehicle with an internal combustion engine. This is a modified version of
MotoMan's hard break-in that I found here:
Here is the list of tach percentages that you should be aiming for-
2-10 miles upto 30% rpms of normal TAC.
11-20 miles upto 40% rpms of normal TAC
21-30 miles upto 45% rpms of normal TAC
31-40 miles upto 55% rpms of normal TAC
41-50 miles upto 60% rpms of normal TAC
- oil and filter change -
51-60 miles upto 65% rpms of normal TAC
61-70 miles upto 70% rpms of normal TAC
71-80 miles upto 80% rpms of normal TAC
81-90 miles upto 90% rpms of normal TAC
91-250 miles upto about 93% rpms of normal TAC
251-600miles about 95% rpms of normal TAC
- oil change -
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Il nous a fait l'honneur de démarrer son chef d'oeuvre : un proto 6
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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.
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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 Break In a Motorcycle - Kawasaki Ninja 300
This is just a quick video explaining how I broke in my 2013 Ninja 300.
There are many methods you can use to break in a bike, this is just the way
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Motorcycle Restoration Part 5: Engine
A motorcycle engine is a thing of beauty: A compact mechanical symphony,
engineered with precision. And one of the most satisfying jobs during a
motorcycle restoration is restoring an engine back to its original glory.
That's what happened this week in E3 Motorcycles' Brooklyn workshop. We'll
be looking at the strip-down of the engine in the Honda CB550 owned by New
York agency Woods Witt Dealy & Sons.
"The bike arrived with a thin layer of oil covering the cylinder and lower
engine," recalls E3's David Browning. "It started and ran, but most
definitely sounded its age."
In the latest Saturday Sessions clip, you can see 39 years of road sludge
and oil being removed with diluted Simple Green and brass brushes. The top
end was taken apart and inspected, and the cylinder section sent to Power
Seal USA for an overhaul.
Once back, E3 mechanic Anthony helped with the top end reassembly,
installing new Wiseco pistons, replacing all gaskets with a full engine kit
from Vesrah. The covers were polishing, Duplicolor 1615 high temperature
engine paint applied.
"There's still a bit of work to go," says David, "but the basic components
are in place and the motor is ready to drop back into the frame. "
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