1) Baby it like the manual says
2) Ride it like you are planning to ride it all the time
3)Ride it but vary your rpms as much as possible shift often
4)Ride it like you stole it/ hard break in
5) Take it to a dyno shop and have them so a hard break in on it.
What methods is everyone here planning on using? You can put the reason why you are choosing that method but there's not really any reason to debate which is best. The argument has been around forever and it really seems to boil down to personal opinion.
I'm planning on doing the dyno break in.
My reasoning is explained in this video by Brock Davidson.
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From a performance POV I'm not too worried about power. At most I would probably put a slipon on possibly for sound only. I don't plan on dropping thousands to max out the engine on this thing. I want a bike I can do a 1000 mile day on (yes, I'm an IBA member) Though it's been awhile since I've done long distance riding.
I also don't want to pay someone to break in a bike that I can do while going out riding.
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Yep, that's the method I've used on every new car, truck, bike I've ever bought. Always seems to result in strong runners and no oil burners.
2)change the oil
3)ride it like it was stolen
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