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Brute 1090RR 600 mile break in

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Been a couple years without my 910s, could someone tell me what the manual says in terms of break in for the 1090RR? I'm going to fly in and ride home (700 miles). Specifically what are the rpm specs? Plan to stay off the highway and vary my rpms.

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6000 rpm max for the first 600 miles standard vary the rpm and such during the 600 miles, 600-1000 miles up to 9k rpm max.
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After 1000 miles = 9k rpm min.
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Don't be afraid to open up the throttle and make the engine accelerate under load up to that 6K rpm...helps to seat the rings. Main thing is no constant steady rpm for long periods. Let the engine warm up to around 122 F before you take off coming home, gives the pistons and cylinders a chance to stabilize heat expansion. Avoids ""cold seizure" when combustion heats pistons faster then the cylinder.

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Thanks very much for all the info! I'll be curious to see how the power differs from the 910 I had or the streetfighter for that matter.

Does anybody actually do a valve check at 600 miles, I think MV's the last company to hold out for that I havent done it at 600 on any of my bikes since my 99 996S.



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Valve check at 600 not required since 2007.....and I have not had to adjust valves yet, last checked at 15K.

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AHH thanks for that! Need to get a 1090 manual as I've only got 910s

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Valve check at 600 not required since 2007.....and I have not had to adjust valves yet, last checked at 15K.

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if you got the welcome package for the 1090 it will have the owners manual on the usb drive they give you.
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6000 rpm max for the first 600 miles standard vary the rpm and such during the 600 miles, 600-1000 miles up to 9k rpm max.
Actually its 6000 rpm max for the first 0-300 miles
9000 rpm max 300-600 miles
11000 rpm max 600-1600 miles
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Beware the rev limiter, it cuts in fairing harshly at 11,600rpm.
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