a new car is supposed to be broken in when it's bought. that includes all necessary components; tranny, engine, and rear endFord put mine in so I'm hoping they drove it to make sure it didn't whine. I just assumed they broke it in for me
no, its a myth. dont get the word out, it will only ignite the ignorant masses.this "no break in" is music to my ears. its about time everyone got the word out.
im guessing not a lot did, which isnt smart. machines with close tolerances and metal to metal contact need a break inSooo, who broke in their motors when they bought their car brand new?
how are gears completely different than an engine?? both include metal on metal contact, and both need to be broken in. components need to seat themselves properlyi hope everybody did, but this is completely different than a motor
of course he did, he didnt want you to go balls to the wall from the get-go, have the gears start whining, and blame HIM for a faulty install.I used the 3 heat cycle method. My installer recommended it.
Last time I checked up on breaking in a 4-stroke engine, there was a guy that tested break in's. His results were that it's crucial to go heavy on the car within the FIRST 20 MILES...a new car is supposed to be broken in when it's bought. that includes all necessary components; tranny, engine, and rear end
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