I am just curious what other think of my break in procedure that I will never admit to doing should an issue ever rear its ugly head and they try to blame it on this procedure. I have done this procedure on every brand new bike I have owned and never had an issue with it and the motors all held up long term. So here it is New Bike: Take it out into a long stretch of open road start the bike and let it warm up to operating temp hop on hit first gear and take off roll on the the throttle until it hits the rev limiter roll off the throttle abruptly let the engine slow the bike down to a lug upshift repeat until gone through all gears and then reverse the process ( so you do the highest gear twice then downshift) Pull over, have a beverage, let the bike cool completely Repeat one time change the oil ride as normal break in time approximately 1 hour including cool time, actual riding about 5 minutes and under 10 miles. WARNING: This is NOT recommended by the factory but I have never had an issue. My thought and reasoning on this is two fold. If my engine is going to blow up I want to know immediately, secondly if this does not seat things nothing will. Also, the day your bike came off the assembly line they rolled that bad boy on to a dyno and ROMPED on it before it shipped. It did not blow up then!