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Proper operation during this break-in period will help ensure maximum life and performance from your engine. The following guidelines will explain proper break-in procedures. Break-in period: 10 hours Break-in procedure
1. For the initial 2 hours: Allow sufficient idling time (about 5 minutes) for the engine to warm up after cold engine starting. After warming up, run the engine at idling speed or the lowest in-gear speed for about 15 minutes. During the remaining 1 hour and 45 minutes, if safe boating conditions permit, operate the engine in gear at less than 1/2 (half) throttle (3000 r/min.). NOTE: You may throttle up beyond the recommended operating range to plane your boat, then immediately reduce the throttle to the recommended operating range. NOTICE Failure to follow the break-in procedures described below can result in severe engine damage. Be sure to follow the engine break-in procedures described below. NOTICE Running at high speed without sufficient warm-up may cause severe engine damage such as piston seizure. Always allow sufficient idling time (5 minutes) for the engine to warm-up before running at high speed. https://www.boat-manuals.com/ 26
2. For the next 1 hour: Safe boating conditions permitting, operate the engine in gear at 4000 r/min. or at threequarter throttle. Avoid running the engine at full throttle.
3. Remaining 7 hours: Safe boating conditions permitting, operate the engine in gear at desired engine speed. You may occasionally use full throttle; however do not operate the engine continuously at full throttle for more than 5 minutes at any time. NOTICE Running continuously at full throttle for more than 5 minutes at a time during the last 7 hours of break-in operation may cause severe engine damage such as seizure. During the last 7 hours of break-in operation, do not operate at wide open throttle for more than 5 minutes at a time