And here is the video.Surfergeek, Sounds like you may have your hands full...hold on tight!!!
Ford manual on this car lists the break-in as only 100 miles and then states don’t take it to the road course until 1,000 miles.I would question his break in if he already took it to the strip. Definitely not old school with the adage of " Breaking it in like you stole it," after chatting with Ford Engineers, Dodge Engineers and others over the last decades. These motors are super tight and would follow recommended procedures , especially on this sophisticated machine. Just my humble opinion, but seeing performance vehicles in the shop for over 25 years it often becomes easy to see who will have issues.
As somebody who has done both and built many engines, I disagree. I think the 100 vs 1,000 mile break-in recommendation makes a lot of sense.we all are quite aware that running at the strip is a lot harder on a car than racing at a road course.
Again, I caution anyone saying or representing what 'we all think'...because we all think motor
What's to hate about the data?hate the break in data
As it should always be.Just my opinion as yours is yours , so we are both just airing our feelings --- no harm , no foul.