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2 stroke 'break in'

What is the best way to 'run in' 'break in' a new top end on a suzuki 80cc 2 stroke engine?

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Run a mixture of 32/1 and ride at less than 1/2 throttle for the first tank of fuel then go to 30/1 and ride normal

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