Just wondering how important it is to "break in the engine" per factory spec? I was advised by my dealer not to exceed 5000 rpm during the first 500 km, then increase by 1k rpm every 100 km. In 6th gear and 80 km/h I'm already above 5000 rpm, and I'm quite slow even to accelerate to 50-60km/h b/c I have to keep shifting at 5k rpm. I'm also heading up to squamish tomorrow on the UBC ride and my bike is at only 300 km...is it harmful to exceed their recommended engine breaking method? Obviously I'm not going to redline it, but if i take it to 7-8k rpm, any major effects to the bike?