A question for folks that have have the McLeod twin disk clutch installed (or installed), if it matters I refer to the RXT 6975-07M 1000hp. Anyway, besides the self bleeding of the new slave cylinder McLeod says you MUST put 500 miles of easy normal driving. Traction control off, no hard shifts, etc., has anyone just gave it some break in and then just drove like they normally drive their car? If so, any ill effects? My question arises from this, I poured a bunch of work into the car back in 2011 and thing was high on the list was a performance trans and clutch. I didn't know at the time, or it wasn't the same requirement from McLeod but the builder had put the RXT 6925-07 1000hp in the car and after a short while of break in on the drive train and such it was full on and I have pounded it for 7 years with nary a clutch issue at all. I know warnings should be heeded and I really have no plans of beating the snot out of it fresh out of the gate but thought I would ask others their experiences.