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Good job!:applause: Looks like a lot of fun waiting to happen. Wish I had that much space in my garage...:)

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lookin good, hope everything goes good on break-in!

there are so many break ins. which do you perfer? i was thinking the idle, but then im hearing to put a load on the pistion to seat the rings. i seated the rings by kicking the bike 50 times without the spark plug in. isnt breaking in or heat cycleing to strengthen the piston skirt? im so confused lol

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Looks good....one thing sticks out though. Im looking around and not seeing a single beer can in any pic, it leads me to believe a shop did all the work and the photos are staged! Or maybe you just recycle, because I know its impossible to work on a bike without beer!

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Looks good....one thing sticks out though. Im looking around and not seeing a single beer can in any pic, it leads me to believe a shop did all the work and the photos are staged! Or maybe you just recycle, because I know its impossible to work on a bike without beer!

im 16. i drink but my parents dont know it lol

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here is the method that quite a few use on tt, I personally will use this method on my next rebuild http://www.mototuneusa.com/break_in_secrets.htm
AMEN. Thats how I broke in my bike, and it's still running mint as ever. Valves are perfect, engine is perfect. I highly recommend this break-in method.

yamaha, DON'T USE this method. This is for 4-strokes, not 2-strokes. This is not a good idea on a 2-stroke. Also, what kind of piston did you put in it?

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Take it out in the driveway for final pics. We don't want to see your messy garage.

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yamaha, DON'T USE this method. This is for 4-strokes, not 2-strokes. This is not a good idea on a 2-stroke. Also, what kind of piston did you put in it?

wiseco piston

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wiseco piston

okay, make sure you always let it warm up fully. Otherwise you are risking a cold seizure. They are great pistons though.:applause:

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