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Break in Period #343989 Dec 5, 8:28pm Dec 5, 8:28pm
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Break in Period
I've gone 500 miles in my GTS now. I know 500 miles is considered to be the rule of thumb break in period, but Toyota recommends 1000 in the manual. So how long do you guys drive your Celica before you started hitting lift?

Re: Break in Period [Re: Poisoner] #343990 Dec 5, 8:30pm Dec 5, 8:30pm
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drive it for another 500 miles after the total 1,000 miles. Avoid high speeds, launches at stoplights and high-revving. Just because you have a car with variable valve lift control doesn't mean you should push it that hard. Go ahead and push it that hard but be warned; you'll seriously shorten the life of your engine if you start to abuse it brand-new

OR...

Read your owners manual


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Re: Break in Period [Re: Polykarb] #343991 Dec 5, 8:32pm Dec 5, 8:32pm
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just do what the manual says and you should be good.


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Re: Break in Period [Re: Polykarb] #343992 Dec 5, 8:33pm Dec 5, 8:33pm
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I know what the manual says but a second opinion never hurts.

Re: Break in Period [Re: Poisoner] #343993 Dec 5, 8:37pm Dec 5, 8:37pm
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Originally Posted by Poisoner
I know what the manual says but a second opinion never hurts.


True but there is always common-sense. Not trying to be a smart-ass.


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Re: Break in Period [Re: Polykarb] #343994 Dec 5, 8:40pm Dec 5, 8:40pm
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No Offense taken.

Anyways, I think I'll be able to hold off goign into lift for another 1000 miles or so. But its just so TEMPTING.

Re: Break in Period [Re: Poisoner] #343995 Dec 5, 9:20pm Dec 5, 9:20pm
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your time will come... Just break it in some more.

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