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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-24-2007, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
 
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Seafoam??

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Has anyone ever used this stuff? I've read lots about it but what I find confusing is they say you add it thru the vacuum lines or something?

Can you get it at Crappy tire or Wal-mart?


Whaddya mean I dont pay my bills?? Whydya think I'm broke!!

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post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-24-2007, 11:03 PM
 
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I've used it... worked good on the 93 ranger i had... i got it from a buddy who at the time could only get it if you were a shop/dealer now i dont know... i've seen it at a buddies shop (Hess Performance) but other then that havent seen it at crappy tire or walmart

you generally add half a can to brake booster vacumline and the other half to the gastank


the vehical needs to be HOT and once added you need to drive it hard...its been knowen on older vehicals to clog up a cat (why the car/truck needs to be hot) all the carban doesnt burn off causing the clogging..

do it @ night or on a backroad because (depends on different vehicals) it causes exsesive amount of smoke out the exhaust and when you need to drive it police dont like the smoke screen haha
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You can find at these stores...
http://www.seafoamsales.com/buy.htm
Napa is probly your best bet


I only drive in the city, to get out of it!!!
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there is loads of info on v6f150.com about seafoam
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Probly a last resort for me, don't really like the way the engine sounds when putting it in. It's about 50/50 on good and bad reviews from what little searching around I did and that's not even close enough to convince me to put it in my truck.


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