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i'm so excited! picking up my c4s at 6:00pm after work tomorrow! yea!

so any advice for break and how to drive a manual in the city would be great! i know you should rev over 4k rpms and i guess light accerlations. how about warm? etc... any advice would be great! thanks guys

jason

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Like Loren says--don't lug the engine, let it warm up nicely, and then increase the maximum revs by a few hundred each 300-500 miles. I kept it under 4000 rpm for the first 1000 miles, and hit 5500 by 2000 miles. I now have 11,000 on the car and use practically zero oil in hard highway and stop-and-go driving. Enjoy!

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i'm so excited!  picking up my c4s at 6:00pm after work tomorrow!  yea! 

so any advice for break and how to drive a manual in the city would be great!  i know you should rev over 4k rpms and i guess light accerlations. how about warm?  etc...  any advice would be great!  thanks guys

jason

Bavarian is giving you great advice...I have 28,000 on mine and I have never once added a drop of oil...runs like a clock!

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