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Is there a step by step procedure to help seat rings on a dyno for a street engine?

I'm sure the 1 minute, cool down, 2 minute, etc at home will come into play, but after that, is there a dyno procedure after the heat cycles seal the rings?

Getting ready to rebuild my engine and after heat cycles, would like to
give the dyno guy some instructions on what I want him to do to help
seat some new rings.

Not that he might not be experienced, but with my OCD, I want to make sure
it is done right... if it would be a right way to do it during the cold winter season when engine is complete.

Thanks for any feedback.

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