It's not the end of world if you didn't ride it hard, and it's anybodies guess if something will go wrong with it so don't lose any sleep over it. Just don't change the break-in oil until at least 500 miles....it's
more important to get the ring seated early and the break-in oil will help with that. If it starts using oil
be sure to get it back to the dealer for them to check it out so the warrenty will pay to fix it if something does happen, you'll be just fine......
One thing you can do to seat the rings in is to get in a high gear like 4th and running around 40 mph and open the throttle wide open and run it up to 60 or so and let off the throttle all the way and coast back down to 40 again,with the clutch still ingaged, do this as often as you can stand and this will help seat the rings. The main thing is not to lug the motor, keep your rpm's above 2,000 in every gear until after the break-in period and try not going above 4,500 rpm's.......but don't worry it will still be alright if the factory put it together right. Mine wasn't put together right by the factory cause my front cylinder was out of round and front jug was using around a quart of oil every 1,000 miles.....but I didn't care cause I knew I was going with the Big Bore Kit, right now I've got 3,500 miles of my motor and everytime I check the oil it's still where it should be. The bottom half of my motor was already broke-in but I use this procedure to seat the ring and I didn't have break-in oil in the motor but I did use a non-syntheic oil during the break-in of the new rings and cylinders. You'll be just fine, not to worry!