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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-21-2001, 10:23 AM
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Proper Break-in Procedure??

whats the proper break-in procedure for an '88 Quadracer? a buddy of mine bought one just like mine that the motor is trashed on (needs new rod, all bearings, new top end, new sleeve, probably a new jug and mabye a crank) and we are going to rebuild it. he got it pretty cheap so he wont have a fortune tied up in it when he gets done. i will be doing most of the work with his help, and was just wondering what the break-in procedure was. thanks guys.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-21-2001, 12:45 PM
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Re: Proper Break-in Procedure??

1st just start it up until it is warm and kill it. wait untill it is completely cold and repeat this a few times. next start it up and proberly warm it up then ride it easly back and forth like 300 yards then kill it repeat this a like 10 times then just ride it with the rpms low for like 500 miles

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Re: Proper Break-in Procedure??

i saw something on duncan racing about this

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Re: Proper Break-in Procedure??

ok, seems like i have heard of this procedure before, but i have heard so many others as well. i just wanted to know the best procedure to follow, and not tell him wrong.

do you know how hard its going to be to get him to keep the rpms low on a 250R Quadracer? [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

i have heard someone say to break it in like you are going to ride it, but i dont know if that will hurt anything. what does everyone else think?

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Re: Proper Break-in Procedure??

thanks Warrior for that site, there is a ton of info on there about lots of stuff. they have a nice little article about 2 stroke break-ins....thanks a bunch man

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