This is the link for the thread above:http://mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=667&page=3&pp=10As for breaking in new engines, I totally agree with the methods of mototuneusa above and this one also: http://motorcycleinfo.calsci.com/NewBike.html#BreakIn
As a dyno owner, I have seen the results of how engines perform with different types of break in methods.
The guys who baby their engines have lower power output and use some oil. The guys who get on the engine from day one have very strong engines.
Just yesterday I broke in (on the dyno) a brand new BMW K1200R for a guy who will be racing this bike . I used Mototunes method and he is very happy so far with the results.
Controversial subject for sure, but I see this stuff everyday.
Im in Florida, but I bought both my B750 and 910 Gladio at Corse In WI. They have the best prices anywhere. Even with shipping I saved big money on my 750 (leftover 04 model)! With my 910 Gladio, all the other dealers said "we cant get you one" or they just didnt want to bother! I called Corse and they had one in 5 days! And this was last September! The only issue is I have to take it locally for service, but it was still worth it for me!Triple Seven said:lots of Wisconsin people. do you guys get a discount or something?