There are as many arguments on proper break in as there are oil threads. As long as you not going to hope on Interstate 80 click it into 6th gear and ride across the country at a constant speed or continually bounce it of the rev limiter don't worry about proper break in. Gas it up go for a ride and ride until the fuel is low. Top up the tank and ride some more. Keep repeating until you run our of gas money or time.
Honestly most of the break in is done at the factory before the motor is even in the bike when its bench tested.
As far as fitting the bike to you. Ride it for a while taking note what bothers you day after day. Tackle these niggles one at time and take notes of the change good bad or indifferent. Sometimes you get lucky and something like bar risers not only give you better ergo's but also change the way you're in the saddle and that buffeting issue might go away. I know is hard to not buy a cart load of farkles and start bolting them on but if you do small incremental changes you'll end up with a better end product and probably saving some money along the way but not wasting it on something that had little effect.
Last edited by PerazziMx14; 04-23-2019 at 05:27 PM.