There are found plenty of threads about breaking in a new engine after a rebuilt/ring job etc (rebuilt car engine, new car engine, moto engine, moto again) but I haven't been able to find one on how to treat an engine after an oil change.
I have heard that after doing an oil change, you should avoid heavy throttle, high rpm, and long idle times (much like after an engine rebuild) for 300 or so miles (much less than after an engine rebuild). Is there any truth to this myth? Does new oil need to be 'broken in' like a new engine does?
I personally can't think of a reason, and now that it's raining it takes more self control than I have not to spin my wheels every chance I get, and find some empty parking lots to play around in, but that of course means revving the engine 3/4 of the way to redline, and the last thing I want to do is read up on proper rebuilt engine break-in methods after I lunch a crankshaft bearing.