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Old 12 June 2016, 15:08   #1
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Verado 300 break in period

Hi there, Can anyone tell me the break in period of a 2016 Mercury Verado 300hp? I have searched online with mixed results.... any info would be much appreciated!
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I'm assuming you've got a owners manual?
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I'm assuming you've got a owners manual?
You're assuming he's an owner...
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I will have my hands on one tomorrow but just doing a bit of homework first, the five "P"s
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I will have my hands on one tomorrow but just doing a bit of homework first, the five "P"s
Proper planning

Don't blow her doing a high speed commercial trip too soon!


P.S. I see what you did there!
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Something like no more than 5300 RPM for the first two hours, except 1 minute of WOT every 10 mins. This is to seat the rings. After that good to go.

However, dealer said no break in and have at it. We did the above (or at least I told them to!).
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