This is effectively the method I used, as it is the break-in method we use for our dirtbikes after fitting a new piston and rings (every 20 - 30 hours of riding). Since I have never subscribed to the 'take it easy' approach for any vehicle I've owned, I had no problem doing this with the WRX. Other folks might not feel so comfortable.Originally posted by SonicYellowWRX
My friend who has owned and tuned many cars in his day (Now has a BMW M5 and a Audi S4) uses this method to break in all of his cars. Its worked for him... but the method seems pretty radical, so I am a bit weary... what do you all think??? Should this apply to the WRX?
I have not seen this particular website, but have seen near identical approaches documented elsewhere on the 'net.