Every racer is looking for that competitive advantage over their competition. Having a new engine broken in before racing is part of that advantage. The best way to get a good break in is to run your engine under a load. It helps to achieve proper ring seal and valve train, and connecting rod, break in before racing.
We will prep the carburetor and valve train. Then install your engine on our load stand, use BR break in oil and run it under continuous set load for 1 hour. This allows the engine time to seat the rings and give the connecting bearing surface time to seat in. It also allows us to find any possible performance problems before the engine ships and gives the racer that extra edge needed in the LO206 class.