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  • How to's on BBk

    How would u break in a superior bbk.
    Apperance
    Chrome Frame,Fork,Cover,Fancover,
    brakes, deck(veryshiny), Rims (no chrome),Avenger deck,pullhandle, Starter

    Performance
    .800 blk magic, SBBK w/nickel piston, ada1 pipe, K&N filter, juice box, RAce Tuned, G230RC or 60, Lightening, Porting, Balancing done by Chixx Performance

  • #2
    The same way you break in any engine.

    Heavy oil mix, easy throttle use for a few tanks. Gradually getting to normal throttle and normal oil mix.

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    • #3
      25:1 oil ratio
      use semi synthetic or non synthetic oil
      Start engine up for first time with pull start and hold throttle a LIL so it dont shut off for like 5 mins
      shut it off
      let it cool and then start up again
      go on a ride for the 1st tank in 15 min intervals, no more than 1/2 throttle
      2nd tank is also 15 intervals and no more than 3/4 tank
      [email protected]
      100% A - m - e - r - i - c - a - n -~- M - u - s - c - l - e
      2002 Super X Ped w/
      -G230RC, BBK, Meyer 1mm Stroker, ADA S1, TGN chrome fancover/scoop, tgn chrome shroud, tgn flame filter, HP Carb(Wa 167), .800 long drive, ADA Chrome 3rd bearing, ET Stem, ADA 16" Bars, Chrome Slidetube, Steel FTG, Lexan Deck, GetAPed Red Tank skin, Competitor rims

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      • #4
        So what about the third tank
        Apperance
        Chrome Frame,Fork,Cover,Fancover,
        brakes, deck(veryshiny), Rims (no chrome),Avenger deck,pullhandle, Starter

        Performance
        .800 blk magic, SBBK w/nickel piston, ada1 pipe, K&N filter, juice box, RAce Tuned, G230RC or 60, Lightening, Porting, Balancing done by Chixx Performance

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        • #5
          Should be safe to ride hard on the third tank, but while breaking it in dont stay at the same RPM for long perionds of time
          Modded out Super x ped, G2d xped,
          Modded out Yamaha wave blaster, and a Stock Yamaha wave raider.
          Ride Yamaha

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          • #6
            A tank and a half is plenty for break in. I Believe beating the motor up after 1.5 tanks makes the motor more powerful. Just my opinion though.
            Ada All the way.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CHROMYRIDE101
              So what about the third tank
              ride normally
              [email protected]
              100% A - m - e - r - i - c - a - n -~- M - u - s - c - l - e
              2002 Super X Ped w/
              -G230RC, BBK, Meyer 1mm Stroker, ADA S1, TGN chrome fancover/scoop, tgn chrome shroud, tgn flame filter, HP Carb(Wa 167), .800 long drive, ADA Chrome 3rd bearing, ET Stem, ADA 16" Bars, Chrome Slidetube, Steel FTG, Lexan Deck, GetAPed Red Tank skin, Competitor rims

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