Question about Hartford VR 200X Motorcycles
They do have a break in period, but depending on the quality, you might not worry, when they say break in, what happens is the moving parts in the engine actually wear in, metal is removed, parts fit better, the oil is changed and the filings are dumped out. Then you have broken in the engine, gradually, not heavily, may be the word. Some engines, the parts are already polished, tumbled, deburred, ready to go, no break in period. Toyota for one. Ford doesn't. Two examples. Your bike, I don't know about, but regardless, I would dump the oil at 400 miles, Use quality motorcycle oil, or what is recommended on the label. Probably full synthetic. If it has a sieve, clean it out, you will be able to tell if the parts were polished by the amount of gunk in there. If it has a filter, mark it 600 and save it till the next oil change, then save the next filter, mark it 1500 or whatever, and then take them apart. You will not believe what you find. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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