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Old 09-16-2009, 11:41 PM   #1
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Not your typical break in question

when breaking in the car i understand that you shouldnt keep the rpm's at a constant level. my question is...what is a constant level. would shifting into 4th or 5th for a few minutes from time to time be enough, or just the occassional stomping on it. im using the break it in hard method and have the l99/a6. only got about three hundred miles on it with very little highway driving. i am however planning a road trip and would appreciate any info. thanks much
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