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I have in the past used marvels mystery oil in some older bikes. Why do you asked?
 

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sea foam and 2 stroke have different recipes because they are designed for different purposes. Running 2 stroke in your fuel will lubricate parts. Sea foam will preserve gas for as long as 2 years. It will disolve carbon deposits, varnishes that build up in old fuel & become trapped in your carb.
If you google both of these products, you can get the chemical break downs off the product data sheets.
I have had proven success with sea foam as a gas stabilizer as well as a considerable improvement with a fuel injection problem.
 

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Gofastandfalldown wrote:
DaveO430 wrote:
Nope. I need something more solid than that. It is all junk science without any proper independent research. I wonder if they tried any "blind tests" with their bikes to see if the improvements were real or just imagined.
Check this long thread out on "2 stroke marine oil - TC-W3 class" at

http://www.ls1.com/forums/showthread.php?t=91206

I've done about 1000 miles on it and love it.
 
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