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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!
How to build a motorcycle engine - KLX 351 "Katsumi"
If your on weed, alcohol, or other depressants.....You might fall asleep in
this video....This is a visual tutorial on how to put together the bulk of
a 4 stroke motorcycle engine after everything has been machined, cleaned,
checked, double checked, and lubricated. It is more for people who are
first timers at doing this, or those who haven't done much engine assembly
work. There are many ways to do this, but this is just a safe way to
consistently have a properly assembled motor that doesn't leak!!
Breaking In the engine of a Kawasaki Ninja 250
I discuss my experience breaking in the bike as per the Kawasaki recommend
break-in, which is 0-500 miles no more than 4000rpm, 500-1000miles no more
than 6000rpm, 1000+ miles as much as you like up to the red line
New Engine Break In
I've done this "how to break in a new engine" topic before. But lately seen
a lot of ill informed people talking about this under recent videos. So I
decided to make this topic again.
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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Harley Davidson Tips - Mounting, Dismounting & Passengers
Harley Davidson Tips - Nothing says more fun than two guys on a Harley! Bob
and Mark might not ride like this everyday but they wanted to give us some
pointers on how to do it right. We shot this video because I asked them
what was the number one paint or chrome issue that they see come in the
shop. Take a look.
Motorcycle Clutch Engine
Motorcycle clutches are like the engines they serve - compact, high
performance and highly stressed.
Instead of one large clutch plate they use a series of smaller ones
separated by rings with springs squeezing them together. When the clutch
lever is pulled the plates are pushed apart allowing them to slip, breaking
the power connection between engine and gearbox.
As the lever is released the springs push the plates together again
allowing friction to feed power through the gearbox to the road. Whenever
that happens, those slipping and gripping plates produce an enormous amount
So the primary purpose of the oil here is to cool the clutch and to prevent
the bending and burning that would otherwise damage the rings and plates.
It's a delicate balancing act between friction and slip, with the oil
caught in the middle. Many modern passenger car oils are formulated for
maximum fuel economy that means the oil may contain Friction Modifiers.
These additives form a low friction film between the oil itself and the
plate and ring surfaces.
This makes it more difficult for the oil to transfer grip through the
plates and rings as they engage leading to clutch slip. The driving
components spin without transferring all the power through the clutch to
the road. The rider may not know why it's happening, but he'll know the
clutch is slipping because the engine races, but the bike loses
If the oil friction is too high the clutch may snatch or grab when engaged
giving poor power take up either when pulling away or during gear changes.
On the road, grab causes the motorcycle to lurch or jerk as the clutch is
If the viscosity of the oil is too high the clutch may drag failing to
disengage with the lever pulled in. This is a particular problem when the
engine is cold and can frequently lead to stalling the bike.
Proper clutch operation is vital for ultimate control and a smooth ride and
that all depends on careful oil selection.
Fiat 126 with Yamaha R1 bike engine
Fiat 126P Maluch Yamaha R1 1000cc 150hp bike engine (not ready for the
roads yeat) still under construction! If anyone is interested how the car
is built you can take a look here:
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.
2014 Yamaha FZ-09 - Engine Break-In Theory
Not sure how you should break-in your new motor? There are lots of theories
you can read about... here's my take on it.
Watch and read my thoughts:
Some of my friends: