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yznvegas

Hello everybody!!!

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Hi everyone, this is my first post to this board and I just wanted to say hi to everyone.

I do have one question, I just brought my YZ426 home today and the dealer I got it at had no manual and said it doesnt have to be broken in?? (It is brand new).

Do I need to break it in and if so, how?

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Yes , You should get the manual, its also a pretty complete shop manual. Run it at varing thottle for the first hour not to hard. I would also change the oil and filter after the first 3 rides. Get the dealer to supply you the manual. also remove the cork and cut your thottle stop.....

Good luck

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Jplear, thanks for the reply.

What does "remove the cork and cut the throttle stop mean"?

Sorry if that sounds stupid.

Also, after the first hour can I get on the throttle?

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yznvegas,

You have a YZ, forget about the cork and throttle stop, thats for us WR folks. Have fun and be careful.

Pete :)

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Ok so forget about the sea life (de octopussing) :)

But can I romp on the throttle yet? Someone please say YES.

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