How To Break In Your ATV's Engine + Video
The first thing most of us want to do when we take home a new ATV is squeeze the throttle and start going fast. While that is a good way to get your adrenaline fix, it’s not the best thing for your ATV’s engine.
To help consumers get the most out of their machines, Yamaha is putting together a series of Sport ATV tech tip videos. The first video, which you can see below, smartly tackles the dos and don’ts of breaking in a new engine.
While this video focuses on the Yamaha Raptor 700R, all ATVs share the same principal: start off with less throttle and stress on the engine and gradually build up over time. Consult your owner’s manual to for specific instructions.
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