yeah, not WOT but 3/4 several times and let it coast back down to a slower speed. You can do that X amount of times, I don't even remember but I am not sure what actually helps. These days, I don't think anything hurts as much as cold starts. They say the worse theing you can do to an engine is start it! >I've always been of the school of thought to vary the speed/rpm and take it easy the first 1000 miles or so. But I recognize there's another school of thought that believes that hammering the engine during break-in is the best way to break-in an engine too.
That discussion can approach the fervor of religion/political/oil discussions (which we do not participate in here at the ROC). Well, OK, maybe we discuss oil every now and then.
In Regards to my candid comment, my cars are probably taken care of better than 95% on the Roads.I take care of my car. Don't do anything I don't have to. Try to make my cars last.
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I would beg to differ. Unless it's a high performance exotic vehicle I wouldn't drive it like a total jack ass. And I have seen many car last much longer than their brothers and sisters because the owners grannied them. My father being one of those grannies.In Regards to my candid comment, my cars are probably taken care of better than 95% on the Roads.
Common sense ain't so common anymore.
Also, break in threads are like oil threads. Full of strange opinions.
Grannying a car around is the WORST thing you can do to it. Especially these new DI engines.