By Shriya Raban

Traditionally, cylinder bores surfaces in cars were like the Himalayas lots of peaks and troughs. When piston rings went up and down, this would slice the tops of these off, so manufacturers made the bores tight to pre-empt this. Consequently, in the past motorists need to “run-in” their engine, limiting its speed for the first

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