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Old 01-08-2012, 10:19 PM   #1
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Has any one use seafoam before?

I'm about 200 miles from doing a tune up and was considering seafoam, who has used it? And is it worth it? Notice any difference after using it?
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I have used it several times on lawnmowers 4 wheelers an in my ole diesel..... If your fuel system is dirty it will push it through (clean it out) be ready for a very rough running motor.... From my experience with it it works well.

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I'd be kinda careful with it. You don't want to clog anything up!!
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It is the shiznik. I love it. You can put it in your gas tank your crankcase or run it through your intake system through one of your vacuum lines. If seafoam don't fix it you need a mechanic. But becareful you must follow directions to the letter.
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Re: Has any one use seafoam before?

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I'm about 200 miles from doing a tune up and was considering seafoam, who has used it? And is it worth it? Notice any difference after using it?
I used it in my utility tractor's diesel engine.
I haven't noticed any difference yet, but that may be because I haven't ran all of it through yet either.
I put it in because the fuel system appeared to be gummed up and a couple of injectors were not working properly.
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I used it once and it made people freak out my motor runs great. It's the beat out there next to Lucas fuel additive
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Glad you started this thread I was wondering the same thing! And thanks everyone for the answers
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Probably its a dumb ? But can someone tel me whats the seafoam..I hear alot about it but never really asked about it..thanks..
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I'm buying the seafoam today, I sure hope instructions come with it lol...
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Probably its a dumb ? But can someone tel me whats the seafoam..I hear alot about it but never really asked about it..thanks..
What's what about the seafoam?
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Seaform is like an fuel additive. Helps clean your engine. But you can add it to you fuel sysytem or put it In your oil or put it in your vacuum line for you intake. When added to your gas tank it cleans your tank sensor fuel lines injectors etc etc etc. When added to your crankcase cleans oil lines crank oil pan removes any moister build up if any. When added to vacuum line cleans your intake. Just be sure to read directions and follow to the T.
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You can also go to YouTube there's a guy putting it in his vacuum line to clean intake on a mustang
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For me it just made white smoke didn't see or feel any improvement
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Re: Has any one use seafoam before?

Note: A lot of people buy stuff like Sea Foam, Lucas treatments, etc., expecting miracles.
They are not a cure all for mechanical ills, but it will clean and de-moisturize your fuel system along with several other things.
You may or may not notice any benefits depending upon the severity of your problems or if any even existed in the first place.
Please keep that in mind when buying products like this and you won't be so disappointed when you don't really notice a difference.
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Seaform is like an fuel additive. Helps clean your engine. But you can add it to you fuel sysytem or put it In your oil or put it in your vacuum line for you intake. When added to your gas tank it cleans your tank sensor fuel lines injectors etc etc etc. When added to your crankcase cleans oil lines crank oil pan removes any moister build up if any. When added to vacuum line cleans your intake. Just be sure to read directions and follow to the T.
Oh ok..il take that in consideration...thanks for the explanation..I'll probably put some this week since an running it for the last time at the tracks on thursday...thanks..
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