This is my own personal opinion on my own personal bikes.odonata said:Great, I am actually not bias about this subject... I just suggested for him to check out the link, since there seems to be a lot of supporter of the mototune method.
What do the race teams do to break in their bikes? are their methods practical or applicable for street bikes?
Can you share with me your views on the subject? are you in favor of the OEM method of something different? and why?
I am in favour of the factory method that Goggi confirmed. This subject is like oil brand/weight, politics or religion. I mostly stay out of the conversations but wanted to let a new owner of a 910R know that not everyone agrees the mototune method is either better, needed or even potentially 'recommended'.
I support a hard break in on a race engine with low lifing of parts and where you are either paid for tenth's of a second or willing to sacrifice longevity and money for them. In these situations mechanics pay attention, know what to watch for and and know what to do if something shows wear.
I prefer factory break in for bikes not concerned about tenths of a second or dyno numbers.
Hopefully that was written without the logical fallacy that so often accompanies this discussion.
I'm very open to more information with this regard but have yet to see anything empirical on my concerns about why we should all follow mototune - and this is an old topic for me like I suspect it is for many of you.