The seafoam ratio is important to its operation, less than 3/4 oz per gal is ineffective
and more than 2 oz per gal fuel is throwing money away,
Thats from the Seafoam Tech rep!
4-5 tanks at that strength will amaze you, then midyear do 1 or 2 tanks at 1 oz per gal.
You have a training course! The tennis balls establish visual reference points- keep looking up and ahead in the Uturn and figure 8 practice
2000 rpm steady is the trick, slip the clutch to control bank angle, use rear brake for speed thru the turn
Our flywheel making a nice gyroscope near the center of gravity, give it some rpm and it does its job keeping the bike steady in tight cornering.
Works for straight slow-speed coming to a light, or in slow ride contest against a harley at bike rally.
Be prepared to leave the scene quickly if you beat too many of them- one run and done!
Some rpm keeps the bike upright, control forward speed with rear brake, and the steering stays straight