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Old 04-17-2006, 01:55 PM
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Same here...
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Old 04-17-2006, 02:00 PM
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4 - 5 hours is like a season of river running for you.

Hope you have better luck with these drives and just maybe your wife will let you come out and play with us
Yeah, that would be an improvement over last year.

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I have never heard anything about break in????
Yeah, The warranty info mentioned a 5 hr break-in period and oil change. Which reminds me... I need to send the warranty registration back once I get the boat in the water.
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Old 04-17-2006, 02:19 PM
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Yeah, The warranty info mentioned a 5 hr break-in period and oil change. Which reminds me... I need to send the warranty registration back once I get the boat in the water.
I guess Mine are broke in within 5 minutes of being in the water Sunday At least I waited till the Engine oil temp got up before 9 lbs

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General guide lines I follow for break-in has been 15mins @ 1500rpms and 20mins @ 2000rpms.
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Just ordered my b-maxes last wednesday. Hope to see them around the first of may. Strip said they are the way to go. Broke two xr's w/ imco internals in three weeks at the end of last season. I haven't had the boat long enough to justify the breaks. Probably my driving
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General guide lines I follow for break-in has been 15mins @ 1500rpms and 20mins @ 2000rpms.
Thats for outdrives????????
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Old 04-18-2006, 12:09 AM
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Thats for outdrives????????
That's what I was thinking.. So what do you do Idle around for two hours?

I got the second drive on tonight and took measurements to have the tie-bar shortened. I ran over to the welder this evening and dropped it off, I should have it back in a day or two.

If all goes well Saturday may be the day!
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