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That sounds about right. You can speed up the break-in process by spending 15-20 minutes at an empty parking lot engaging and disengaging the clutch for a 3-5 sessions. Basically the whole break-in process is just about seating the surfaces by the way of engagement/disengagement.
 

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If you apply full power without the surfaces being properly seated, there is a chance the clutch will slip and start causing uneven wear on the disk. The risk of seizing also is there when the surfaces are not making full contact along with creating hot spots on the flywheel and/or pressure plate. Break-in is important and true break-in is more influential when you are engaging and disengaging. This is when the surfaces are meshing and starting to even out the disk contact area. But it is also important not to overheat the surfaces while breaking in.
 
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