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How to Break-In Your Piston Rings, The Right Way!
According to JE’s Senior Technical Account Manager Alan Stevenson, “You don’t want to break-in an engine at idle. You want to keep the rpm and vary the speed continuously for about the first 20 minutes.”. After bringing the engine up to normalized coolant and oil temperature, put the engine under load.
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How to choose a break-in oil for your car?
According to Stevenson, selecting a break-in oil should focus first on ensuring the oil is compatible with the camshaft. A flat-tappet cam will require a greater concentration of high pressure lubricants like zinc dialkyld-dithiophosphate (ZDDP) compared to pistons rings so selecting a break-in oil should prioritize in that fashion.
How much break-in oil should I use?
For a high performance, non-API break-in oil, a common concentration would in the neighborhood of 1,000 to 1,500 parts-per-million (ppm). Engine test stands are great for checking for runs, drips, and errors but should not be used to break-in rings. Proper ring break-in requires a load be placed on the engine as soon as possible.
Why change the break-in oil?
Changing the break-in oil removes the impurities that will be present in the oil from the break-in period. This is especially true with race engines that use less restrictive filters.
Can you use a test stand to break-in engines?
Engine test stands are great for checking for runs, drips, and errors but should not be used to break-in rings. Proper ring break-in requires a load be placed on the engine as soon as possible. Problems can occur when the “more is better” theory is applied and ZDDP concentrations radically exceed the above-mentioned levels.