Not really...but I couln't resist opening it up a little....I have raced for years and have a similar system. Its worked so far....Thanx for the advice...Ill do it a 1000 miles...
That'll be good. The rings cant wear in and seal as well with synthetic from what I've heard. Since it has a lower friction coefficient. Who know's how true that is. I've also heard that the only real benefit of synthetic is that it lasts longer. Either way, I believe in breaking them in the moto-man way with dyno oil and then switching to synthetic.
i ran mine kinda hard for a little bit when i got it, took it semi-easy till 600, changed to synthetic and started running the crap out of it. 5500 miles later its still as strong as the day i rode it home with .7 miles on the odo.
^ motoman rules
if you dont ride it hard during breakin the piston rings wont seal in the cylinder correctly, and your bike will make less HP. as for "break in" most of the wear surface that arent the piston rings break in in the first 30 miles. so your better off riding for a half hour when u first pick up the bike...taking it home and changing the oil. then ride the crap out of it for the first 600 and change it again
^Thats pretty much the moto-man method. It's the force of rapid acceleration that seats the rings. It wears them in properly. So cruising at constant high RPM is no better than cruising at low RPM. Warm it up and rhomp on it. Accelerating and breaking hard, race track would be a good place. That or highway on-ramps. Just floor it, take it up to around 12k and slam on the breaks and then do it all again. Do that as often as possible and as early as possible and change the oil very often during the first 1500 miles.