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Old 12-22-2014, 10:55 AM   #151 (permalink)
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[ATTACH]21673 this stuff is the bomb
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Old 01-04-2015, 03:07 PM   #152 (permalink)
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There's probably a few additives out there as good as sea foam, but I'm sticking with what works for me. I use Sea Foam in all my gasoline engines and have for the last 10 yrs. I can only relay great results.....

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I just started using this stuff and my machine runs fantastic on it. It purrs now. I'm surprised I noticed the difference, but it seems so much more smooth. I'll keep using it.
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VALVE ASSY., AIR CUT. I purchased a beat up 2002 Honda 450 Forman and I ran Sea Foam, high test fuel and tank after tank of treated gas. The Forman "Barked" at idle like a lean mixture or leak, possibly too advanced. I can't get it to stop! When I add a little choke it runs like a top. It was suggested the VALVE ASSY., AIR CUT needs cleaning or replaced. Any words of wisdom? New carb?
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added some sea foam to fuel last week and idles a better, atv only had 47 hours and 800 km when I bought it , but it sat for a year , would stall some times when shift into Drive or Reverse

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I'll be putting some into mine once I get it running also; I've run it through both of my vehicles every few months, and noticed a difference in both (S10 and Windstar).
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