2022 Kawasaki KLR650, '04 Kawasaki Connie (sold), '94 HD FLHTCU, '71 Honda CB750K1 (sold)
This is helpful - and also the compression braking alternating with accelerations makes a lot of sense for seating new rings in that pristine cylinder.I follow the thought process of low idle times, hard quick acceleration and minimal highway during break in of all my new vehicles and never had one use oil. Maybe the klr will be my first. I will say that I changed oil and filter in my '22 at 400 miles and it looked like more metal than oil LOL. But 1000 looked normal.