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Evo 26 Break-in

Old 11-14-2007, 11:13 AM
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Default Evo 26 Break-in

Many of the guys at my club who have used gas engines for a long time insist the only way to break-in a gas is with a non-synthetic oil (low ash) for several gallons.
I remember seeing in these forms somewhere that that may not be true on some of todays newer engines.
So my question is: Can I use 100% synthetic (Klotz) right from the get go on my new 26gt engine? And if so, can someone explain why I can or cannot.
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Old 11-14-2007, 01:09 PM
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Default RE: Evo 26 Break-in

http://www.mvvs.cz/docMVVS/EN_26-35%20IFS_1.3.pdf

My fried,

please belive to recomendation of produser. I have been in factory many times

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Old 11-14-2007, 02:44 PM
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Default RE: Evo 26 Break-in

reefhawg:

Read and follow the manufacturers instructions for brerak-in of this engine. Note the teflon coated piston. Your get and should always follow the manufacturers recommendations for engine break-in, after all its their design and build, and they have a steak in providing the best breakin for this engine. When you do, you usually get a much better performing engine than if you just stuck in in a airplane and fly. ENJOY
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Default RE: Evo 26 Break-in

I am one to follow manufacturers breakin procedures. And the MVVS/Evo's indeed say 100% synthetic. Looks like the reason for this is the teflon coated piston.
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Default RE: Evo 26 Break-in

Please do not use EVO brand . It is MVVS and for this size EVOLUTION.
Old 11-15-2007, 08:20 AM
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Default RE: Evo 26 Break-in


ORIGINAL: janch

Please do not use EVO brand . It is MVVS and for this size EVOLUTION.
Restated, I'm looking forward to breakin on my Evolution 26gt.
cheers,
geoff
Old 11-15-2007, 01:09 PM
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Hi,

I am going on tommorow to the MVVS factory.

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