<if I don't jump on this thread, then folks will think somethings wrong>
Hi Guy & welcome to the wonderful world of Super G' owners.
Opinions about break-in will vary but you really can't go wrong. Just take it easy the first 2 - 3 full tanks. Thats it in a nut shell.
or to get more in depth....
I like to run mine with regular oil at 6-8 oz per gal for those first 2-3 tanks. Not synthetic. Word has it that synthetic takes longer to break & let the engine seat. So I use the advice & its worked fine.
Next, run the engine for 15 minutes through various throttle settings, (not too much wide open) & let it completely cool down. Not just to touch, but to ambient temp. Eat a sandwich, run an errand or something but it needs to completely cool down inside. Run agian for a few minutes and cool. I do that for the first tank. The second tank, is more of the same but not as long for cool down AND more time spent at full throttle. Maybe a straight-away every other lap.
After the third tank, switch to pure syn & run at 6-8 oz per gal. You should be good to go.
If you can run a full tank (about 30 - 40 minutes run time) without getting bored and shutting down, then you are more of an r/c nut than I am
Also, on a side note, remove the idle adjustment screw on the carb. This way you can fully control the engine & shut it down with the throttle trim.
The words you see are those expressed by my opinion and not to be taken as anything other than that. There are better ways to do things and this is my combination of those.