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Old 01-22-2004, 10:56 AM   #1
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Default Engine Break in Techniques

I've been hearing many different ways to break in engines now a days. Im used to the regular three tanks off the ground then three more slow. but people are saying there are better ways. I recently got a G4 pro with a novarossi .12 pixi, and havent got a chance to break it in yet due to lack of a starter box. Any tips on the best way for maximum performance?
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