|01-15-2014 10:37 AM|
Why does this remind me of Marvel Mystery Oil?
(is MMO even made anymore?)
|01-14-2014 10:55 PM|
|causestosin||Has anyone tried burning sea foam? Guess what it does not burn white nor blue, if you try burning gas and sea foam it still does not burn white nor blue. All that smoke that comes out after using it, is the gnarly stuff your beautiful engine has built up.|
|11-08-2013 10:54 PM|
I think using a half bottle before an oil change is a good idea. But I would not leave in too long as it thins out the oil.
I have used the stuff for 20 years. It's not a miracle cure but I have seen in do wonders fit marine motors and small engines.
My snow blower loves the shit. Runs like hell until I toss in a little.
|11-08-2013 07:20 PM|
|Seafire327||I've had a lot of success with Unicorn blood... Just a few drops in the intake. Works great. Kind of hard to find these days though. Try Leprechaun tears too. They work just as well and gold coins sometimes fall out of the exhaust. Win win if you ask me.|
|09-29-2013 11:32 PM|
|09-27-2013 03:08 PM|
|09-27-2013 01:51 PM|
|530ktm||Glad this old thread came back to life.|
|09-27-2013 06:23 AM|
|09-27-2013 01:51 AM|
DO NOT USE SEA FOAM!!! at east on older cars that have a lot of carbon build-up. i put some in mine (while following all of the instructions and tutorials) and it destroyed my engine. Yes destroyed it, as in i had to drop in a new rebuilt engine. what happened was all of the carbon build up and small amount of water in the sea foam made its way into the piston and snapped the arm.
it was a $3000 fix.
you can take the chance if you want but just remember i warned you.
|09-26-2013 11:05 PM|
|OffRoad Newbie||Just want to thank everyone for the advise. I bought a '93 wrangler and unfortunately the owner before me didn't take good care of it. Ive referred to this site several times and every time all my questions have been answered. So i joined your forum. THANK U!|
|04-03-2011 05:48 PM|
|04-03-2011 05:39 PM|
|jkaufman_95||haha it was a joke but i try to avoid cali if i can haha|
|04-03-2011 05:27 PM|
|wolfen||Your tooth past can cause cancer in Cali? DUDE stay in Ill LOL|
|04-03-2011 01:54 PM|
|04-03-2011 01:30 PM|
Ain't ya glad your not a Rat in California?
I do wonder if seafoam has any long term affects of Teflon bearings sand parts though
|04-02-2011 03:36 PM|
|04-02-2011 01:09 PM|
|Yar56||I don't use pans with teflon. It comes off. I don't want to eat it in my food, or on the trail when it wears off my bearings. As far as using a cleaning agent, I think I'll add a tank so I can push a button and inject it in and create a smoke screen whenever I want. Duh!!|
|04-02-2011 10:59 AM|
It's the seventh plug that makes the Wranglenater so tough lol.
I wanted to show what came out in Vs what went in.
|04-02-2011 10:36 AM|
|04-01-2011 09:33 PM|
|rrich||It's a good weed killer.|
|04-01-2011 08:45 PM|
|04-01-2011 08:39 PM|
|04-01-2011 07:27 PM|
|Chuck_wccr||I ran this through the motor of a 280000 4age AW11 Mr2 and yah, it did run a helluva lot better than before. Just my thoughts.. I can't bash it|
|04-01-2011 07:17 PM|
|Austen||From Left to Right Rear cylinder to Front|
|04-01-2011 07:16 PM|
|Austen||I pulled the plugs out to change them and oil today after sea foaming and this is what they looked like.|
|04-01-2011 06:25 PM|
|04-01-2011 02:17 PM|
|wolfen||This thread will probably end off at a Tonka Truck that had seaform used on it to clean teh play dirt off LOL|
|04-01-2011 10:43 AM|
I'm curious to see how this thread ends. From Seafoam to smoking lawnmowers to guns that weigh as much as a toy but never jam. What's next?
My wife took my old TJ to a mechanic once while I was deployed because she wanted to surprise me by having the entire Jeep cleaned when I got back home, engine and all, and they used the Seafoam trick on it. I noticed how great it looked but didn't know anything about the engine until she told me, it ran just like it did when I got dropped off at the marshalling point. Perpetual check engine light and all.
|04-01-2011 09:49 AM|
I learned at a young age (10) that stuff like Seafoam and Risalone can be used to clean a heavily crudded up engine, BUT it MUST be completely removed after use. Ya can't just leave it in there as an additive unless ya enjoy swapping engines. But to me it just seems easier, cheaper and makes more sense to just change the oil and filter when it needs it, that keeps an engine just as clean. I've tore down engined in cars with 100,00 on the odo that have had oil and filter changed at 3000 the entire life of th engine that are cleaner than a modern engine that was flushed out with a cleaner.
|04-01-2011 02:05 AM|
|Yar56||Teflon is for cooking!!!|
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