I've used seafoam for years, in all my vehicles. Works great but it's not a "miracle cure-all", it will clean out all the gunk for sure. But I don't ever suggest it be used on higher mileage engines.I've been reading about SeaFoam for some time now....it seems too good to be true!! Has anyone used this product and had satisfactory results? Does it do what it claims to do? I'm very interested in trying it....if it works
Negative, its made to work on all engines, fuel injected or Carbureted.I was told that it does not work well in fuel injected bikes.
SEA FOAM Motor Treatment is a 100% pure petroleum product that safely and effectively cleans internal fuel and oil system components, helping your gasoline or diesel engine run cleaner and more efficiently. SEA FOAM is an EPA-registered product, and will not harm engine components, seals, gaskets, catalytic converters or oxygen sensors.
SEA FOAM liquefies gum and varnish deposits or internal engine components, removing carbon deposits, freeing sticky valve lifters and rings curing rough idle, pinging and hesitation problems. By using SEA FOAM to eliminate varnish and carbon buildup, mechanics can more accurately diagnose mechanical problems that may exist. That is why Sea Foam has been so popular with professional mechanics for over 65 years.
As a fuel system additive, Sea Foam will clean fuel injectors, clean carbon, gum and varnish deposits, add lubricity to fuel, stabilize fuel for 2 years and control moisture.
As an oil system additive, Sea Foam controls moisture, gum, varnish and residue deposits.
For a complete seafoam treatment you would do the following:where does this stuff go? Straight into the gas tank?
Typicall after the throttle plate should find a thick vacuum line using the plenum as a vacuum source. Brake booster lines are typically the most convenient but to be honest it depends on your car. Find any vacuum line that is after the throttle but before the air enters the combustion chambers and you should be fine. Feel free to disconnect a line and start the engine to verify that it is sucking air IN if you are unsure.wow, that was VERY comprehensive! thanks so much for telling me that! Now, where do i find this vacuum intake hose?