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    dunno that what my buddy used
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    did you completely submerge the vaccume in the juice or like half fluid, half air?


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    hmmm, and it didnt burn it off right as you were putting it in? also did it smoke any when you were putting it in, and one more thing. when you were about out, did you just let the engine die? or what?


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    it started to boug out i dont remember if it died off but i do remeber it smoked like a mofo
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    I did this last weekend on my newly aquired '89.
    Let the motor warm to operating temp. I used the hose that connects to the air cleaner (opens the thermo door).
    Stuck the hose in the bottom of the can while reving the motor to about 1500. It sucked the can dry and began to smoke like crazy.
    I let it sit for 10 mins. then fired it up and let the smoke clear up.
    Then changed the oil. There are various kinds of Sea Foam...make sure you get the de-carbonizing formula (red writing).
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    did the bottle look like this: (the second picture down, the auto marine)

    http://stevenbigler.tripod.com/scoutco/id12.html


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    can you pour it down the TBI or what?
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    Pour the Seafoam in a catheter bag and let it suck into the engine slowly. I got that tip from Kramer at s-series.org and it works a helluva lot better than when you just pour it straight in. It seems to break up the carbon a lot more because when I used the Seafoam for the second time a few months after I tried it for the first time, there was lots more carbon chunks coming out of my exhaust. Oh, and I let it suck in through the PCV hose

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    well, i got it to work good. I stuck a funnel on the end of the brake vaccume hose and pored it in there fast and stalled it when it was about gone. I had some fun driving around town, i used the other half because the smoke was cool and i wanted to show my friends


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    use the brake booster hose that runs to the intake, just take off the clamp at the booster and use that end.

    with 1 can of Sea Foam you can do it 1 of 2 ways:

    a) 1/2 in your oil and 1/2 sucked into your intake

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    b) 1/3 in your gas, 1/3 in your oil, and 1/3 sucked into the intake

    either will work fine.

    get a small funnel and after adding the sea foam to the oil start pouring it into the funnel, the engine will start to bog down a little, but try NOT to let it kill the engine...it could potentially hydro-lock the engine, which would SUCK. after adding the Sea Foam to the intake, shut off the truck and let it sit for about 1 hour.

    after 1 hour it may take some time to get it started again, but once it starts...then the smoke starts

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    Sea foam is confusing. Ive heard alot of differnt ways to use it. Most of them say to use almost all of the can in the brake booster line ,and when theres just a little left in the can to stick the hose deep into the sea foam untll the engine stalls out. Then you let it sit for an hour and start your engine.

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    I was told the above ways by both the tech guys who make Sea Foam and several different performance forums :)

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    Originally posted by CBZED101
    Sea foam is confusing. Ive heard alot of differnt ways to use it. Most of them say to use almost all of the can in the brake booster line ,and when theres just a little left in the can to stick the hose deep into the sea foam untll the engine stalls out. Then you let it sit for an hour and start your engine.
    What the hell do the directions on the can say? I'm going to pick up some of this stuff at an auto store.

    You dont have to change your oil if you dump it in the gas tank do ya? You would think not.

    I just changed my oil, so I'll have to wait a few K miles
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    Cause its bigger and goes directly into the intake not the tbi.
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