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Cayman break in period


Flinte

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Flinte, the manual is very correct!

Keep her under 4,200 RPM. Don't lug the engine. Exercise the gears, for example down shift to 5th for 10-15 minutes, then 3rd for 5-10 minutes, and then back upto 6th for 45 minutes, and cycle again when on a long trip. Get some long drives in. And I also changed my oil, at the dealership, at the 1,000 mile mark for added protection, long term.

Tires "scrub-in" in about 200 miles.

Easy on the brakes for a few hundred miles too!!

Your car will love you for the above!!

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Flinte, the manual is very correct!

Keep her under 4,200 RPM. Don't lug the engine. Exercise the gears, for example down shift to 5th for 10-15 minutes, then 3rd for 5-10 minutes, and then back upto 6th for 45 minutes, and cycle again when on a long trip. Get some long drives in. And I also changed my oil, at the dealership, at the 1,000 mile mark for added protection, long term.

Tires "scrub-in" in about 200 miles.

Easy on the brakes for a few hundred miles too!!

Your car will love you for the above!!

There is no "break in" period for Porsches in the RoW (Rest of the World). It may have to do more with the American Legal system/lawyers, and getting used to the car. Porsche revs the sh*t out of the engines in the factory anyway on the dyno for at least 30 minutes -which is considered the crucial break in period.

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