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When I break in a new motor

August 4 2012 at 4:34 AM

Darin  (Login 427fordman)

Response to 390 Ready to Rock N' Roll - Tearing out the old 360

I bring the rpms up to 2500 like Ross said. I'll leave it there for a few minutes, then move it to 2000 for a few minutes, then to 1800, then 2200, etc. Oil gets thrown a little different with rpm change. Works good for me.

Sounds like a good motor to replace the old 360 with. Have fun with it.

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