Bro Hamzah Plz don,t mind about my words bhai sahab main to 1 junior member hoon laykin app to 7 years old hamaray senior member hain kam z kam app he kutch kehnay say pehlay soch lea karain app khud he batao k jo banda apni bike kay first 1000 kilometers 30 key speed per rakh ker complete karay ga woh bike apni peak power kesay gain karay gee? HOW HE WILL GET MAXIMUM OUT PUT FROM HIS BIKE. in engine ring piston specially valves role is most important
Rings nay cylinder main apni jaga banani hay aur specially valves nay apni seats banani hoti hain aur agar bike 30 key speed per chalay gee to kya yay kaam ho ga? nahin na to BIG BOSS app bhee forum user ko misguide mat karain na according to bike user manual+below link i have shared jis ka khulsa yahi hay k app nay apni bike ko different rpms per drive kerna hay kabhi low->Medium->Full-> varying speed per not to be stick to 30km/h
Aur agar yay kam koi user new engine kay sath nahin karay ga oos ka result bad valves seats meeting improper ring piston setting key surat main niklay ga jis ka matlab bad fuel average lacks in power+top speed
Motorcycle Extremist - Motorcycle Engine "Break-in" the Right Way!
Every new engine has internal components that must be "worn-in". This "wearing-in" of components is what's known as "break-in". The main components that need to be broken-in/worn-in are the valves, the cylinder bore, and the piston rings. These components must be worn-in so that they mate properly with the surfaces they will interact with over the life of the engine.
The Valves -
If the valves are not worn-in correctly, they will not seat correctly against the combustion chamber of the cylinder head, which will lead to a loss of compression and proper combustion, allowing blow-by of gases, which causes a loss of power, efficiency, reliability, and longevity.
The Cylinder Bore and Piston Rings -
The cylinder bore of a new engine is somewhat rough, and the piston rings are not properly mated to the cylinder bore. Some of the cylinder bore roughness must be worn down and smoothed out in order to create just the right amount of seal between the bore and the piston rings. Also the rings must be worn in correctly to mate with the cylinder bores. This process must happen properly in order to create the right kind of seal that will keep the combustion gases separated from the engine oil, and vice versa. Furthermore, if this wearing-in process does not happen correctly, the cylinder bore walls can glaze over, which will cause a lack of lubrication between the cylinder bore and piston rings, leading to overheating, a loss of performance, premature wear, and a loss of reliability. If this glazing does occur, the only way this problem can be corrected is for the engine to be torn down, the cylinder bores re-honed, and new piston rings installed, after which they must of course be broken in correctly, or it must be done all over again until it is. So you see how crucial proper break-in of these components actually is.
Quite simply, these engine components must be properly "worn-in" to ensure good performance, reliability, and longevity; it's really just that simple. If these parts are not worn-in correctly there will be a loss of performance in every way. There will be a loss of power, poor fuel efficiency, increased oil consumption (burning oil), among other problems.