Sea Foam

Discussion in 'Tips 'n' Tricks Topic' started by AllOverSteer, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. Y'all gotta try this stuff. Buy in a bottel for little over $4 and let the fun begin. Injectorr cleaner Carb cleaner fuel stabilizer frees lifters and rings De icer anti gel upper cylinder lube dries oil and fuel. Pour it in your carb or suck it in with your booster line. They also make a spray version of it called Deep Creep. Lubricant and cleaner. Can use it as starting fluid metal protecter, carbon remover, frees stuck parts. Try it. :)
     
  2. Old Tired Rebel

    Old Tired Rebel New Member

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    I have used it in different Applications with good results.
     
  3. theflash

    theflash Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    How do you really know it's working on all those internals?
     
  4. rsteele

    rsteele Veteran Member

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    well you car starts smoking like a old r model mack truck for 15 to 20 mins or so .
     
  5. GetMore

    GetMore Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I read about this stuff and tried it on my truck. It did something, but I'm not sure it really made an improvement.
    On the other hand, I gave some to a guy at work whose Escort had to have premium gas. It did fix that for him, so it does work.
    Plus, watching the car smoke as he drove around really was fun.
     
  6. Twisted_Metal

    Twisted_Metal Moderator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Don't use it IN a garage!

    I used it once years ago.
    "Pour down carb slowly... Then dump it in quickly to kill the engine."

    I thought I was going to gas the whole neighborhood when I fired it back up a couple minutes later! :eek: What a smoke show!!!
     
  7. asphaltburner

    asphaltburner Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Yo! I'm quite impressed by this stuff! Went to buy fuel stabilizer, and was recommended "Sea Foam",...sounded like snake oil to me! Cleans, lubes, stabilizes! Put in the oil, or the gas, or pour it into the carb!! I bought a can to pour in the tank of a 4 wheeler that my dad let sit too long with gas in it. Incapable of idle without full choke for three months, I had the 4 wheeler running poorly, off choke in about an hour. Let the vehicle sit for a week, started it, and it has run normally since!! I use Sea Foam in all seven of my stored vehicles to stabilize the gas, and at this very moment, it's cleaning minor varnish from my '68 Mustang's 600 Holley! Haven't tried pouring it down the carb, or adding to my oil,...think I'll just use it for fuel stabilizer and system cleaner thru the gas tank. But it's the best I've found for this purpose. Todd.
     
  8. Yeah dont do it inside, its wicked smokey for 5 mins. how do you know its working?? I dont know how to answer that. Read ^^^^^ there it WORKS!! response on my ole lawnmower is like 2x better.
     
  9. asphaltburner

    asphaltburner Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Yo! Mine was no fluke,...I was about to pull the carb on the 4 wheeler and soak it carb cleaner. With the Sea Foam additive as the only change, running the engine for less than an hour accomplished the same task! I had tried everything else. And I also know that it does keep the fuel in my stored vehicles stabilized so that it doesn't varnish the carburators. I know for a fact that Sea Foam will do at least that much; clean and stabilize. Todd.
     
  10. Shane

    Shane Moderator Staff Member

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    I just bought a can today and put it in my gas tank. My MPGs on my Dakota has started to drop lately. Let's hope this helps.
     

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