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Old 03-23-2012, 01:28 AM   #1
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Hey has anyone tried sea foam on their car? Does it work is, is it good, is it safe, just wanted to know before I tried it...
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I'm one of the few who is against sea foam. Unless you do it every oil change. It could break up larger deposits and cause damage. I've also seen it destroy cats quickly. Of you use it all the time it prevents the deposits getting big enough to harm anything...
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I try it couple times in my explorer and it help, in my moms focus after it I got a code related to the downstream o2, but whit my 01 bullitt I try it and didn't get no white smoke sow I realise the it those not sucks the seafoam as like a regular gt sow had to put it in tru the spark plug holes, let it sit for a bit and there you go a hole bunch of white smoke it help whit the idle plus don't have cats sow didn't mess nothing up
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I'm one of the few who is against sea foam. Unless you do it every oil change. It could break up larger deposits and cause damage. I've also seen it destroy cats quickly. Of you use it all the time it prevents the deposits getting big enough to harm anything...
Ok so what about z-max opinions on that?...
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Ok so what about z-max opinions on that?...
Scam imo. I use lucas top end lubricant but that's it. Cleans injectors and cures a little valve rattle I was getting. Octant boosters can quickly dry out seals and gaskets in fuel lines and I've never seen that z-max stuff work as advertised personally, if your engine needs to be cleaned badly there's only one way to do it.
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Re: Sea Foam...

I like Amsoil's products. For a fuel injector and fuel system treatment I'll only ever go with Lucas or Amsoil. I've tried a few others, but those two have proven themselves in my experience.
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Seafoam anyone?
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