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    Ok a friend of mine got me using this stuff i have been using an ounce for every gallon of gas when i fill up,he says i can use it for winter storage also instead of stabil which is what i normally use,is this true and how much is the dosage for long term storage.
    also this winter I will be lookin for some accesories for my bike windshield,pegs.etc anybody know some good online places besides ebay and craigslist?

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    Seafoam is the shit way better than stabil. Plus you can Put it in anything

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    I think Gas Man has an IV Drip going with this stuff.
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    One of Gas Mans new recruits.
    Somehow though I think she'd prefer direct injection!
    I prefer peace. But if trouble must come, let it come in my time, so that my children can live in peace.
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    I use seafoam in all my engines - top notch shit.. and instead of working like a blanket that stabil does it chemically bonds with the gas.. so you get your tank near empty, pour some in, fill it up a bit to mix, run the engine for about 5 mins or until it reaches operating temperature and good to go - everything is protected - fuel injectors, carbs, etc. etc. And bonus seafoam is an awesome cleaner. Mechanics who know will put in seafoam on a rough running engine before they turn a wrench. It cleans the shit out of the fuel system. I highly recommend it.

    I also found turbo blue and thrashing the R1 on the track cleans out the system too, lol.. Tried that this past weekend.
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    on the wings i put half a can of seafoam in with a full tank of gas. you don't need it or any everytime you fill up just a few times during your riding season and then for winter storage

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    AMEN Mud..
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
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    I use it for winter storage and the like 6 oz with first tank of fresh gas in the spring - that is all I need..
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    So half a can for winter storage on a 5 gallon tank.

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