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Old 03-28-2006, 12:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I got a bottle of seafoam the other day at the auto parts store. My question is this, how much of the stuff do you use in the tank and is it a good idea. My bike has about 9.5k on it and fresh plugs were put in 2500 miles ago. Currently running Yami speed* stacks and uni filter with Bub Chambermaids.
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I use seafoamin all my bikes, and other gas engines with great results. I would use one half can per full tank initally, then reduce to about a quarter can per tank. I dont use it in every tank full, but about every third tank filling.
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I use it for winter storage in everything gas powered in my garage and in my boat for all fill ups... I would think half a can for the Warrior tank is a bit much, check the directions on the can. Hard to say if any of these things actually clean anything, but it seems to be a decent stabilizer and dry gas...
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Just a little will do you good!
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I use a 1/4 can but only just befor a oil change. I run 4 or 5 tanks of gas then change oil. Guess where the dissolved carbon ends up.

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quote:Originally posted by Allsmiles

I got a bottle of seafoam the other day at the auto parts store.


I prefer to get my SeaFoam out of the Gulf of Mexico
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what the heck seafoam ????????????[?][?][?][?][?]
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Google is your friend, first result:http://www.seafoamsales.com/

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I have looked for it around here and have not found it yet.
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no seafoam in my engine no way!!!!!!!!!!!!!![8D][[img]/emoticons/emotion-1.gif[/img]][8D][[img]/emoticons/emotion-2.gif[/img]] now that i know what it is thanks to scubasoul your name tells me you must get it for free .
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