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Some people have asked what the best oil to use for breaking in a new engine and most people don't know what the best way is to break in a new engine. To help with this one. Our advice is: The best oil to use is a mineral oil with lots of zinc or a 'break in' specific oil.* The best way to break in a new motor is to run it hard! The exact proceedure is outlined here on this site: http://www.mototuneusa.com/break_in_secrets.htm Once your motor has been run in, swap out the oil for your favourite Motul synthetic product and happy trails! *Sorry, there is a Motul Break-In oil, but available in the US only at the moment. Disclaimer: This is a suggestion only and you are to act at your discretion. What you do is your responsibility. You know the deal.
Hello ns. ive been doing some reading on wheels and centrebore and other thrilling stuff.. just learnt about these hub centric rings used to centre a rim when fitting them for the first time.. are they required? i sorta figured that the lugnuts, being tapered in toward the edge, would centre the rim as you tighten them.. but some websites say that lugnuts dont do the job properly. any opinions on the matter?