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Now Yer Kindly ol' Unka Bart's just an ol' country boy, but he'd always
believed that the most important part of breaking-in a new engine was varying
the engine speed in a wide range, while *generally* observing the RPM 
limitations recommended by the manufacturer.  Not that he's ever done that
(ovserving the limits, that is), but it does *sound* like a good idea.

Much more important, he believes in his ignorant naivete, to avoid maintaining
*any* steady speed during the break-in process.

Almost as important as looking at the subject line when replying from the 
digest, and replacing the digest number with some actual *subject*.

But then, alas, what does he know...

Yer Kindly ol' Unka Bart