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How You Break In A Motor?

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  1. 91hb

    91hb Junior Member

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    What is the best way to break in a motor with parts.
     
  2. sisteve

    sisteve Guest

    well first you want to scope out the engine, make sure the coast is clear, then, being very quiet, take a part, and jam it into the intake manifold and pry up real hard to snap the nuts off. this will give you a clear way right into the engine. I cant promise a clean break in, but you should be able to get in that mofo no problem

    HTH

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    BodyDroppedNikes ...PENDEJO.... VIP

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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    turn it on. let it idle. bang it off the rev limiter for 30 seconds.

    or


    pussy it for 1000 miles
     
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    Free post, FAQ


    Milan
     
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    sohcslammer Senior Member

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    :eek: Really Pills? I know you should drive it hard but I thought you just stomped on it in every gear until 4th. Off the rev limiter?
     
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    in my opinion.. engines built recently dont need really any break in period. depending on what kind of hone you use.. your rings can seat instantly.. there is an article about it in a catalog i have
     
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