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Watch you dont fill em up to much, cos they spill. They work best with the additional saucer. Be carefull when you fill them with hot stuff cos the heat can tranfuse through the outer coating and make your hand hot.
A lot of things have been written about how to "run in a new engine"
Some say run it in gently
Some say thrash it from day one!
Some say a genlty run in engine is always sliggish
Some say a thrashed engine goes like a whippet
The chioce is always yours!
When I buy a new car, I always make sure the engine is at normal running temperature, and then thrash it to within an inch of its life! Always end up with a fast responsive engine. This doesnt seem to have any long lasting effects, but then i change my car every 3 years!
Hope that helps and welcome messages from others who may have different ideas!