I do a hard break break-in on my new bikes, and typically change the oil between 60 and 100 miles with dino -- only because it's cheaper, and it won't be there long. At 600, I do another change (I always change the filter with the oil), and switch to full synth (I happen to use Mobil 1).
This is what the manufacturer says about switching to synth right away:
Is it true that new engines need break-in periods using conventional motor oil?
That is a myth. In the past, engine break-in was necessary to remove metal flashing or any other abrasive material left inside the engine after machining, as well as to allow the valves and rings to "seat" properly. Today's engines are built with much tighter tolerances and much improved machining, and under much cleaner conditions compared to the engines of 10 or 20 years ago. Current engine manufacturing technology does not require a break-in period using petroleum-based motor oils.
(P.S. -- this is also why (I believe) the old method of babying a new engine no longer applies).
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