I was in Pennsylvania last week and took the opportunity to take the plant tour at the Harley-Davidson facility in York, PA. They showed us the area where they dyno test all of the touring, soft-tail and CVO models that they make at that factory. The technician rolls the bike onto the rollers and shifts through the gears until the bike is at about 75 miles an hour. It's at that speed for a few seconds and then it is allowed to coast back to 0 mph. Other than the technician watching various monitors, that's all there is to it. I thought I would post this since there always seems to be some question about what kind of break-in of the motor is done at the factory.