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Thread: SeaFoam for winter storage, ruff running, and so much more

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    i love seafoam have always used it in jetskis and used it in the bike this year and from what it looks like i will have the same results.
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    I'm thinking of running it in every tank, or close to it, next year. Keep things cleaned out. It's expensive though. LOL O'Reiley's sells it by the gallons which makes it cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    I'm thinking of running it in every tank, or close to it, next year. Keep things cleaned out. It's expensive though. LOL O'Reiley's sells it by the gallons which makes it cheaper.
    Un-nessicariy IMO. I would say maybe a tank of it every oil change.
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    i agree - every tank would just be overkill.. typically i run it beginning of season and put it in end of season for storage.. seems to work just fine that way..

    once i tried seafoam wouldn't use anything else for storage.. they say mechanics in the know use seafoam first before turning a wrench on a rough running bike or car..

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    Yeah its amazing stuff. If you don't expierence it, you'd think it was "snake oil" by hearing all the great things it does.
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    Bump for those boys looking to put the steeds away for their winter slumber.

    Seafoam
    Seafoam
    Better than stabil
    Seafoam
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    -Chris
    aka Gas Man

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    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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    Might give Seafoam a try this year, I have always used Stabil in the past but maybe I will try something new

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    Yep yep! I have been using SeaFoam for over 3 years now...in my Bike...Truck...lawnmower...leaf blower...snowblower...etc Good shit!!

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    thanx all you just save me from buying stabil.im winterizing it this weekend,then starting a couple mods,

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    I really don't have any faith in Stabil. But this seafoam stuff is AWESOME!
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    -Chris
    aka Gas Man

    "Why pay somebody else to fuck up your bike?"
    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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