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How long do am I suppose to wait till I can start goin fast fast?<img src=/images/forums/snitz/guns.gif width=33 height=16 border=0>



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1,000 miles. Stay around 55mph and if you have a stickshift, don't rev it past 3-4000 rpms.


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1,500 miles and do an oil change after above.


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What ever you do dont rush out and change the oil before you seat your seals. ~500 to 1000 miles is usually good enough for that. After 1000 miles and an oil change you should be okay to go fast.


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Any gasket bits and make sure the valve seats are all good. The gasket bits expand a bit with fossil oils and not so much with 100% sythentic. Just because an engine is put together doesn't mean all the parts are done moving into their final resting places.


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