I'll probably get some flack for this but I believe if it doesn't work when it is new, it isn't going to work after some miles or time has been but on it. I start the bike let it get hot then let it cool and then let-a-rip. I have built several motors, atv, harley, and car and have never had a problem yet. Just my thoughts..........
I guess everybody has their own opinions but I let it get hot, then let it cool down (idleing), Then run it no more than half throttle for a couple hrs and let it cool down, then run it no more than 3/4 throttle for a couple hrs and let it cool down. Then ride it like you stole it.
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