Re: 2008 CBR1000RR is burning oil like mad - options?
then maybe u should write new manuals for kawasaki, suzuki, yamaha, honda etc. obviously all those companies have wrong manuals because they are saying not to rev ur bike up to the maximum or near maximum. kawasaki 636 has to bi ridden up to 4.000 rpm's in first 600 miles and up to 6.000 rpm next 600 miles. why if its red line begins on about 16.000 rpm's? suzuki gsxr 600 7.000 rpm then 12.000 rpm. why when its redline begins on 15.500 rpm? yamaha fazer can rev up to 13.000 i think. why then first 600 miles it is not recomended to rev it above 7.000? my blade red line begins on 12.250. why in official honda dealership they told me not to rev it above 7 or 8.000 rpm in first 600 miles?
tell me one more thing. is it recomended, after u turn on ur bike in the morning, to ride it hard? although coolant temperature is raised temperature of the oil is not and that is why it is recomended to ride on lower and medium rpm for the first 3 or 4 miles? that way oil gets warmed and after that u can ride it fast. but now u will tell me aslo that it is wrong.
maybe it is also recomended to turno on ur bike and when it is still cold to rev it up to the redline and hold it like that for minute or two. of course it needs to be done in neutral. that way u can additionally break in ur engine. right?