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Unread 03-25-2013, 07:20 AM   #1
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Hello, i just rebuilt my 81 g1 and how many hrs is good for breaking it in? I mixed a little more oil in it for breaking it in, thanks
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Unread 03-25-2013, 07:38 AM   #2
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Default Re: G1 breakin

Did you use a good assembly lube or 2 cycle oil when you assembled?

If it starts right up and runs smooth and quiet, just drive it around very easy for a couple days, no high speed runs, no pulling trailers etc. Then gradually ease into it over the next week. You'll be fine. The rings will seat in pretty fast, and the bearings are all rollers so they don't need breaking in, provided they were oiled up prior to assembly.
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did you use a good assembly lube or 2 cycle oil when you assembled?

If it starts right up and runs smooth and quiet, just drive it around very easy for a couple days, no high speed runs, no pulling trailers etc. Then gradually ease into it over the next week. You'll be fine. The rings will seat in pretty fast, and the bearings are all rollers so they don't need breaking in, provided they were oiled up prior to assembly.
i used yamalube when i put together, it runs like new, ive been takeing it slow, thanks
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