POWER UNIT - MULTIPLE ENGINE REMOVAL - AND RUN-IN INSTRUCTIONS
When the above conditions have been met, and with the engine running, start the Final Run-In by adjusting the
maximum no-load speed to conform with that specified. This speed may be either greater or lesser than the maximum
speed used during the Basic Run-In. This will ordinarily require a governor adjustment.
All information required in section "E", Final Run-In, of the Engine Test Report should be determined and filled
in. After the prescribed time for Final Run-In has elapsed, the load should be removed from the dynamometer and the
engine speed gradually reduced to idle and the engine stopped. The Final Run-In is complete.
(f) Inspection After Final Run-In.
After the Final Run-In and before the Engine Test Report is completed, a final inspection must be made. This
inspection will provide final assurance that the engine and accessories required in the installation are in proper working
order. During this inspection the engine is also made ready for any brief delay in delivery or installation which may
occur. This is accomplished by rust-proofing the fuel system. A rust inhibitor should be introduced into the cooling