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· Mexican Hard Shell Taco
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100 miles is already too late for the hard break in (Mototune - Motoman break in) as it must be done in the first 20 miles.


I would change the oil ASAP to get rid of any of the metal debris and avoid it from going into bearings or places where it isn't supposed to be (that is one of the Mototune's break in most important parts of the process).

After that I would ride it hard or as you would ride it normaly.
 

· Mexican Hard Shell Taco
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Canadiankwak1 said:
Its common sense I think...taking it easy on a new engine (or any new mechanical device) makes sense. You can't beat the sh*T off of it right from the get go and expect longevity. That, to me, is just good ol' fashion common sense.
I've had two 150cc bikes, the first one I followed the manufacturer break in process. The thing was SLOW and the engine didn't looked very well when I opened it (showed signs of deformation on the piston and some overheating).

The second one I did it the Mototune way, the bike runs PERFECTLY, it is way faster than the other one, burns no oil (and those engines are known to burn some oil), and it keeps its oil clean for a longer period of time!

In my personal experience I've found that the Mototune way produces more powerfull engines without any premature wear (I will dare to say, lower wear).
 
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