First, there a lot of discussion on the right way to break in rings, (it's a little late, but do a SpeedTalk search or check out: http://mototuneusa.com/thanx.htm
) but I think there will be good agreement here that yours has been anything but so far! Rings need pressure, limited lubrication (NOT synthetic!) and a variety of operating conditions to get friendly with the bores. (I know, what you did is recommended for flat tappet cam break-in, but...)
That said, with a little luck, yours haven't done much of anything yet. At this point I'd just drive it hard
: Short periods of full throttle, soon extending the WOT bursts towards the red line. Lots of decelerations and load changes and anything but steady part throttle. Plan B. would be to wait for a few more suggestions from this forum, then pick one, keeping in mind that: "The man with a watch knows the time. The man with two is never quite sure..."
Next, a leakdown test is a far better indicator of ring seal than cranking compression, especially on an new or unknown combination. A relatively small bore like yours with advanced tech rings should show maybe 5% brand new and less than 2% seated. Ideally, this will translate to no more than a 10 psi increase when sealed. Check it now, hammer it for 500 miles and verify.
Lastly, JIC you'd like to verify what the cranking compression should be, here's one of the better sites re DCR, which includes altitude in it's cranking compression estimate: http://www.wallaceracing.com/Calculators.htm
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