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How to break in a Kawasaki Ninja zx6r
ZX6r break in procedure

Although there is no better engine break in the proceedings, there are generally accepted guidelines. In short, change the engine load, use short bursts of acceleration, the engine used to cool between rides, and use of conventional motor oil. Don’t lug or overheated engine or red line immediately.
In the article “Give It a Break-In” in their February 1991 issue, motorcyclist asked four top engine builders how to release a new engine peak power output optimal life. The experts were Jim Leonard and Al Ludington of Vance & Hines, Nigel Patrick of Patrick Racing, and Rob Muzzy of Muzzys. The following is a summary of their break in the recommendations.
Departure
(If the engine has worked at the factory or properly implemented by the concessionaire, skip this step)
Start the engine only to save oil and coolant temperature up with little or no charge. Stop the engine and check for oil leaks and coolant. Let the engine to cool at room temperature.
First race
Ride 10 to 15 minutes at 3,000 to 5,000 rpm. Amend the engine load and avoid a gear. Then, allow the engine to cool at room temperature.
Second round
Ride 10 to 15 minutes at 5,000 to 7,000 rpm. Amend the engine load, use short bursts of acceleration, and avoid a gear. Then, allow the engine to cool at room temperature.
Third round
Ride 10 to 15 minutes to a maximum of 8000 to 9000 rpm. Amend the engine load, use short bursts of acceleration, and avoid a gear. Although the engine is warm, change the oil and filteruse high-quality and low viscosity of conventional oil, such as SAE 30 Valvoline motor oil. Do not use synthetic motor oil.
After rides
Ride 15 to 20 minutes more and more dependent on the engine to the red line. Avoid losing rev the engine but freely, especially in the lower speeds.
After 250 to 500 km, check valve. After 500 miles, check direction. After 500 to 1500 miles from the conventional motor oil, to change the synthetic motor oil.

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