Any mod's done to yours? Were the other cars stock or did they have some work done?NismoAltimaSER said:I have taken new and old mustang gts my friends s2000, gti's, type R integras, g35's sedans and Coupes and much more.
The most important thing to be worried about while breaking an engine in is the rings on the pistons not seating. Petroleum oil (non-synthetic) oil is suggested for breaking in a motor. Synthetic oil is considered to be too slippery to allow for proper piston ring seating. Most manufacturers say the break in of a motor should take between 1500-2000 miles. Race motors can get about 20-30 min at low RPM on a dyno.Clayton_SE-R said:Just a question. I see people always talking about breaking their engines in adn what not. How does that work exactly (as in what is the process), and what are the repricussions of not following those steps?
Well, I unknowingly broke my SE-R in my way. I wish I had asked this question sooner as I now have 1900 miles on my car (atleast I think, it's been a month since I've driven it). I had planned on buying the car when my lease ran out, but now I think I have changed my mind. I think I'll buy a new one and take care of it the right way.SR20AL said:This is a highly debated topic, so break your engine in how you want. I broke my Altima SE-R in hard. We’ll see what the numbers look like when I put it on the dyno.
AnnetteAnnette said:I just got that same car on a 24 month lease :cheers:
24 hours later I am wondering if I could get out of the lease since something is just not right with the heater/defogger. ;((
Why do the windows fog up when you turn on the heat and then when you switch the knob to 'Defoger mode' the A/C light comes on. ??
The windows never seem to defog totally.
Any insight would be appreciated.
Walter, I have done just that.Walter Darnell said:The A/C will be on antytime the defogger is on so don't sweat
it all the late motal cars are like that. Turn the REC. off if it's on. Good luck. Is yours red?