I'm not looking to debate either but your statement about break in oil is absolute rubbish. That's my only point I'm trying get across.
My statement of break in oil?
You mean the part where I said "Some do some don't"?
That statement? Jesus, lol.
Look,, I work for a company, that lets say talks to too many other companies across a vast amount of automotive markets. Everything from Diesels to Bycycles. My one little statement about "Some do and some don't", spans across them all. I do not know if VW or Toro is currently starting with a thicker, thinner, or has a special blend to start with. I do know, in the past some companies had a certain viscosity and blend they would start out with (period). Some to today "suggest" a certain weight that people don't follow after their first oil change. For mileage reasons, or break in reasons,,,,,,, I really don't care.
I am honestly beginning to think some of you just like drama or debating.
Again,,, I agree with racer, I agree with Millers. Every experienced rider, builder, shop guy, or whatever has their own practice and opinion. It not wrong, and I'm sure they believe it to be tried and true from their experience. It's not that it's a wrong way if it's not your way. It's just a different way. And I've typed it more than a couple times.
"Stick with what you believe in." Im not on here to sway a vote or pick up fans. Just sharing information I've collected along my path. Sharing info that has worked well for me, gave me piece of mind, and most importantly never violated my warranty, ?.
There are a dozen ways to break in these kick ass machines we get to ride today. The best way is a matter of opinion. Yamaha has built some incredible machines and this is proven by no matter how you break it in,,, it runs awesomely. I mean seriously,,, has anyone posted their break in sucked and tore up the engine, lmao. (If they have I don't care, lol).
Again,, great machines, great forum to read other options, and always a great source for news on our beloved model.
Cheers to you brother.
Looking forward to breaking in my M soon.