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CLICK THIS NEW LINK BELOW FOR A NEW HD BREAKIN VIDEO - http://www.youtube.com/watch?&v=cQhI5r4Wr0A 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 step10: hardbreakin step11:changeoil after 1000kms and change oil filter step12: enjoy your fast bike!!! Lastly Do this at your own risk! :-)


 


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