I'll make another post about it, or write it in this one. I'm not getting the bike for a few months, though.pocetsean said:if you use the other break in method, do tell us all how the bike responds and anything else you notice about the bike. i am curious
I would love to see that study. It would be even better if it included 10 bikes, five for each break-in method. Then you could create some statisitical probabilities that the differences were caused by the break-in methods.Huey said:It would really be interesting to have a couple of stock bikes to test in both methods and to break them down at set intervals to view the interior of the engine, pistons, rods, bearings and all for comparrison. It would be nice to have them both dyno tested in the same manner, at set intervals, to see just what the actual power curve is as well. And finally a break down of the engine at a set interval well after the wear-in period to see what the engines of both bikes really look like at this point. Guess it is a pipe dream to think someone would do this in a sort of scientific manner, but nice to hope someone does at some point in time.