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    i pour it in fast and barely have the engine running, say, 4-500 rpm's. You pour it in slow its going to burn off and not do anything, hince the smoke. Do what i said after the engine is warm and it should disolve that carbon right off.


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    Ok I am def. going to be giving this a try. So far I am understanding that I should not pour it directly into the intake (CPI). Just through the booster line or the PCV line and to use 1/4 bottle in there. Then should I pour the rest into the gas tank? Our jimmy has 186xxx and has had carbon build up hold the EGR open before so it could really use this. I just want to use this properly and not over do it.
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    pour the whole bottle in. If you have any kind of bottle that you can put air in ((aerasol type) you could just prop the throttle open and squirt it all over the intake but most people dont so they put it in the vac line which works pretty good to.


    89' S10 blazer 4wd: 355, 650 dp, rpm intake, comp 282 roller cam, modified vortecs, T56 Six speed, 8.8 ls rear, headers, x-pipe, spintech pro street mufflers, and......AC

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    I would suggest reading the information on their web site as to proper usage if there is any question. Here is a link: http://www.seafoamsales.com/motorTuneUpTechGas.htm
    The above opinion is my own and is subject to ridicule since age and experience mean nothing on these forums.

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    I would suggest reading the information on their web site as to proper usage if there is any question. Here is a link: http://www.seafoamsales.com/motorTuneUpTechGas.htm

    Thank you very much. I'll let you guys know the results when I get it done.
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    Well I finally got around to doing it. I will have to do it at least 2 more times. I only let it set for about 20 minutes, and it made a noticeable difference so far. Throttle response is alot better, and the idle is actually almost smooth. I'll do it again within the next few days and let it really work its way in.
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    that is some awsome stuff, i use it a lot at work.

    One year i put some in a push mower and let it set in it over the season. then next the summer it had eaten all the rust in the tank and now the tank looks like new.:bigthumb:
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    LOL, LMAO, ROFL! Tee-Hee!!! You freakin cornball.

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    will that combust in an engine? I love trying new gasses in lawnmower engines. Rubbing alcohol is the best, it smells so good:p: :p:


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    http://www.blazinlow.com/forum/showt...threadid=62805

    Theres a newer thread about sea-foam. I put up a video of my truck smoking down the street too. :bigthumb:

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    where can you buy it? autozone?

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    yea i got it at autozone. I just didn't want to stat a new thread, plus I already posted in this one. But that's an awesome vid. Mine was almost like that!
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    Does do the job

    All I here is good on here. Well before you get carried away, my dad put it in with oil or somehow tried to clean out the engine, maybe even running it for20 secs on just the foam? Bad thing is, motor had alot of miles and all the particals in the bottum got stured up and then clogged the oil screen. This was on a ford ranger but I advise watch out. never tried out of the engine though. Just make sure your engine is clean I guess, we had to pull the motor and clean all that crap that was clogged inside.

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    Re: Does do the job

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    maybe even running it for20 secs on just the foam?
    So he drained the oil and put in just sea-foam and tried to run the engine without oil? That might be why that happend. I just ran sea-foam in my oil yeseterday and so far so good, runs smoother, fixed a small stumble I had at idle, and better power and throttle responce. I used 1/2 a can in my oil as advised by the can, ran for a few miles, and changed the oil.

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    I've used it twice so far. Not yet in the oil though. But so far it no longer smokes on start up and runs much smoother. I'll give it a try in the oil soon.
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    i poured 1/3 in the vacum like it said and the rest in the oil

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