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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-06-2005 Thread Starter
 
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I was wondering if anyone has used Seafoam in their engine before? If so, how well does it work?

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Sorry to recomend another site but lot of sea foam talk here:http://forums.stangnet.com/showthrea...=561567&page=6


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I had a can of Seafoam in my cabinet with all my other chemicals. I just ran 1/3 of a can in the vacuum system of my mustang and let it sit for 5 minutes. Ran the car after and got one huge carbonic smoke show! Put the rest of the can in the gas tank and filled it up. We'll see what improvements I get from idle, etc...

I've used Seafoam for years and never had issue with it. I am switching to the STP version of Seafoam for my vehicles to see how well it works. It is supposed to work a heckuva lot better than Seafoam. I'll be the guinea pig and try it out then post results.

Spend your money once and get what you need. Do not cut corners and try to save a buck. It will cost you MORE to fix the problems caused.

Don't just hack into your Mustang to cut out weight to make it faster (some of those components are important to the overall function and safety of your Mustang).

Knowledge equates to power and handing... get to know what works and use it! Sometimes the popular MOD of the moment may NOT be best... ignore "fads"!
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Some people say it works wonders. Some people say it's a waste of money. Personally, I've had mixed results, but mainly nothing.

Putting it through the air intake system never really did anything but create a bunch of smoke. I never noticed any performance improvements. I was more afraid of fouling spark plugs than anything else.

Putting it in the crank case, driving it for a while, and then immediately changing the oil only seems beneficial if you're using crap oil. I suppose this would be a good idea if you're putting it into a vehicle that has sludge buildup, or has been neglected. If you change your oil regularly and use synthetic, it seems like a waste here too.

The only other place I would consider putting seafoam is in the fuel. I don't see any harm in it as a fuel additive, and it would help stabilize if you got a bad batch of gas in the tank, but then again, so would sta-bil or dry-gas.

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goodness a Zombie thread...from 2005? C'mon how are these even on the servers?
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