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Old 07-25-2012, 09:48 PM   #36
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Lol that's messed up

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Funny is what i do, no bad intentions meant
and also had a mermaid locked up somewhere
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and also had a mermaid locked up somewhere
I clipped her tail, she can't run anywhere anymore
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I clipped her tail, she can't run anywhere anymore
lol. living in a bathtub i suppose
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lol. living in a bathtub i suppose
That hoe!!!!
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I'm not for one or the other but when someone starts a topic of how one thing is a scam vs another thing and condraticts himself

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I'm not for one or the other but when someone starts a topic of how one thing is a scam vs another thing and condraticts himself
*contradicts himself on why, it's amusing to me how someone could be that way and actually expect to be takin seriously
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That hoe!!!!
At least in the bath tub she stays clean.
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Old 07-26-2012, 05:09 PM   #44
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Not if it's seafoam...
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Old 07-26-2012, 06:02 PM   #45
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Re: Never use seafoam ever again

You guys should switch from seafoam to this product.
It insulates your intake manifold from the inside out and seals any vacuum leaks you may have.
Just one can into the throttle body and your car is done.
It'll keep the intake looking like new, year in and year out.
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Anything that seals anything isn't good for your motor. Oil trany radi
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So I'm about to change my oil and do a little engine cleaning... Any suggestions...? And would you recommend STP or Seafoam into gasoline once oil is changed...? Please reply.
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You guys should switch from seafoam to this product.
It insulates your intake manifold from the inside out and seals any vacuum leaks you may have.
Just one can into the throttle body and your car is done.
It'll keep the intake looking like new, year in and year out.
Can i put in it mu has tank
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So I'm about to change my oil and do a little engine cleaning... Any suggestions...? And would you recommend STP or Seafoam into gasoline once oil is changed...? Please reply.
Gumout

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You guys should switch from seafoam to this product.
It insulates your intake manifold from the inside out and seals any vacuum leaks you may have.
Just one can into the throttle body and your car is done.
It'll keep the intake looking like new, year in and year out.
Dude don't lmao someone would do it if they didn't know any better
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So I'm about to change my oil and do a little engine cleaning... Any suggestions...? And would you recommend STP or Seafoam into gasoline once oil is changed...? Please reply.
If your seriously askin, one can of Seafoam or BG44K in gastank. Don't forget to replace the fuel filter on regular basis.
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If your seriously askin, one can of Seafoam or BG44K in gastank. Don't forget to replace the fuel filter on regular basis.
Goin for the complete fuel injection service at a local AAA on Thursday, will post results, hopefully it remedies my hesitation issues
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Just a heads up, nothing kills cats faster than this stuff. Its too big to get past the cats and can quickly clog them. I don't believe in any seafoam products because they break off carbon deposits (especially when used in the crankcase) that can clog up oil lines, shift deposits to worse places, and can quickly destroy valve seals. If you use seafoam quickly every oil change then I think its a decent product because it removes deposits before they get big enough to be damaging. But putting it into a car with 60k miles for the first time is asking for it. Gum out is a fuel treatment and really doesn't do the same job as seafoam. I like lucas top end lubricant for gas treatments and I use one every couple of tanks. (Actually half of one). Its just a fine oil designed to keep injectors clean.
Just added me some Lucas to the fuel today, plus a bottle of stabilizer -lucas oil, with every oil chamge

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So I'm about to change my oil and do a little engine cleaning... Any suggestions...? And would you recommend STP or Seafoam into gasoline once oil is changed...? Please reply.
Lucas fuel conditioner, IMO

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I tried this and I am amazed!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Get to E right on redline on fuel and add this and fill up after... Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Its a commercial, anything can sound good on tv even crack. Jaja im just being a smart mouth I've thought about using gum out, right now using Lucas fuel conditioner
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