fuck that run that bitch in hard.. wind that shit up... its a long argued topic, but from what ive seen (personal experiences) running in hard is the way to go..Yeah, fiddy, but I am still breaking her in. Got only 200 miles on her.
well of course, they want you to take upmost safest manner about break in.. they dont want shit failing to uphold reputation. like i said its a heavily argued topic, but ultimately its your decision. im not saying bounce it off the limiter, but let it stretch its legs,, wind that fucker up to 13-14 k,, with a good roll on in like 2nd 3rd gear,, ill stick by a hard break in, anything with a motor that ive broken in, from rc cars, pocket bikes to my old gix, was ran hard. and theyve always pulled just a bit harder with absolutely no problems. i ran the piss outta my 6. hard break in and a ton of miles above 10k on the tach, had everything checked around 12k miles and not one probelm with engine, valves even totally in spec. my $.02I don't know about that, fiddy, I am more conservative, I rather go with the manual than the opinion of riders who may or may not be engineers specialized in this particular brand/model/engine type. I figure that if word comes out that suzuki gives the wrong instructions about breaking in on purpose then they are liable millions and I don't think a company of its size and resources would want this scandal for the meager profit it makes from selling a few more engine parts. Think honda or toyota, they are market leaders with cars that never break. Any commonsensical company would try to follow their example.