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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 11-14-2008, 08:36 PM
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It would appear that Johnnynogood has chosen an appropriate name.

Way to funny!!!

But on a more serious note...........I really don't care about the science behind seafoam, I just know it works for me and many others and that's the important part for me.

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Just started reading today. More info for those of you out there.

Sea foam is one of the greatest things in the world for vehicles of all types. We had the rep from Chicago at my store a few years ago and he was amazed that we didn't know more about it. Up until then it was a Napa only product. As you all know it is petroleum so it is safe in anything with oil or fuel. I run it in my lawn mower and both my vehicles.

For a gas car or truck thesis what the rep told us to do.

Get your vehicle up to operating temp. Unhook the vacuum line from your brake booster. With the vehicle running pour a third to half a can in the hose by stalling the engine. This pulls it into the upper intake and that area of the engine. Turn off and let it sit for 20 or 30 minutes. Pour the rest Hal and half into our oil and then your gas. Start it p and then go for a burn,preferably not in our neighbourhood. I had a plume of smoke that covered two whole blocks. Dropped two hundred rpm on the idle of my Jimmy. Works great.

One of my old coworkers put it in his 80 Goldwing and cold hardly sit at the stop sign the smell of it cleaning out his engine was so strong.

This will be the first thing I add when I fill up for the first time.

Sorry it is a little long winded.
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I had my '82 Wing on a lift and I was under it when I accidentally knocked over a can of Sea Foam with about 6 ounces left in it, and it fell in my mouth. I got most of it out but inevitably some went down the gullet. 2 hours later my member was so hard, a cat could'nt scratch it. I threw away the rest of my Viagra.

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