Originally Posted by cobalt327
Actually the engine could be broken in on the dyno. But if you choose to drive it to do the break in (I see nothing wrong w/that, I have done it since day one), be sure to use engine braking to slow the car after running it up. This helps the process.
Good luck and I hope it performs on the dyno as good as it looks.
i will be trailering it to the dyno as its not road legal yet , and also agee its better to have it broke in a bit on the dyno . i do get worried about the lack of air flow and pressure that the dyno cannot replicate , at 60 mph the air flow and pressure surley will make a differnce compared to the usual fans they use . i am lucky where i have the ecu so we can plug the lambda sensors in and also do a road test and to see whats going on with the air / fuel mixture on the road .
thanks for your help .
whats your thoughts on the running in oil ? would you go with it or change it for a semi synthetic type ?