Did you attach the wrong link?gserp4sox said:
This just sets off warning bells in my head. I don't see anything for sale so I can't call it snake oil.gserp4sox said:
This sounds real impressive, but how many people have had a brake-in problem?from the article; I wrote "Break-In Secrets" after successfully applying this method to approximately 300 new engines, all without any problems whatsoever.
more from the articleThe results are always the same... a dramatic increase in power at all RPMs. In addition, many professional mechanics have disassembled engines that have used this method, to find that the condition of the engine is much better than when the owner's manual break-in method has been used.
You use this brake in method and get one of those tornado things for the throttle body and your pushing 380 hp and getting 27 mile to a gallon.In other words:
The gain in power from using this break-in method can be anywhere from 2% - 10% !!
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isnt this the same basci thing the book says?RTjunkie said:He is right for the most part.
Varying your speeds and throttle usage for the first few hundred miles will greatly increase a PROPER break-in. Getting on it really hard about 20-30% of the time helps the ring seal process along greatly.
What do you mean by load?RTjunkie said:He is right for the most part.
The only thing I have ever avoided was stomping it in 1st gear for the first few hundred miles as this is the heaviest load you can place on your engine without towing something behind you.