Re: CBR1000RR running in?
Zee, that depends on the dyno. Take it to ten tenths, and your bike will have 145, but will it go any harder?
As for cracking it hard from the start, I've seen a few bikes destroy bottom ends doing that. My mate had a GSXR a few years back, and the guy at the shop told him "Just flog it, I took mine to a track day the first day". 1 month later, the bike was in getting the bottom end rebuilt.
Just do what was said above (somewhere) first 500km, up to about 7-8rpm, vary the load on the bike, but don't run at 2000rpm in top gear and wind on either. With mine, once I'm past 500kms, I'll take it to another 1000rpm for every 100km I put on (ie: 600km = 8rpm, 700km = 9rpm, 800 = 10 etc ).