You can do as you see fit. And you will get as many opinions as there
are folks on the list.
It has always been my opinion to break them in slowly for 50 - 100
miles, varied speed etc. Then just drive the thing like you will next
year and the year after that and so on. They will seat pretty good in
the first miles, then just go.
On Apr 12, 2008, at 5:42 AM, Brad Fornal wrote:
> To help seat the rings, I am taking a 60 mile; one way trip, to
> Denton this
> afternoon. I'll have a bite to eat, let it cool all the way down,
> and drive
> it back home.
> What is the best suggested break in rpm? Or is there a variety of
> that makes it better.
> I will be taking the interstate, that has a speed limit of 70, if that
> matters any. If I need to break her in at lower speeds, I need to
> know that
> as well.
> Also, my speedometer is bouncy. What usually causes that? Loose ends
> at the
> transmission or speedometer head, lack of grease on the cable, or bad
> speedometer itself?
> When I put it on at the transmission, I didn't tighten it all the
> way snug.
> To do that, I'd need to get the pliers after it, and I wasn't sure
> that was
> the way to go.
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