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Old 07-23-2008, 04:39 PM   #21
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because of all the extra oxygen that the foam retains, right?
That's right. It's got the oxide and some extra goodies just not the nitrous.
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Old 07-23-2008, 05:46 PM   #22
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The city's mechanics swear by SeaFoam... they use it in the po-po cars, the ambulances, the heavy trucks, everything. You can even add it to you oil RIGHT BEFORE an oil-change...
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Old 07-23-2008, 06:05 PM   #23
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He's not asking about octane booster. He's asking about an additive to keep the system clean. Whether he needs it or not is a different story. But, if you want to use it, go for it. It's not going to hurt anything.
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Old 07-23-2008, 06:17 PM   #24
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its cheaper to go purchase it by the bottle, and get Carb/Injector cleaner not octane booster, and don't listen to the hype from the gas stations cause most of all the gasoline additive packages (not the formula of each) are made right here in town on Tidal Road at the Lubrizol Corp, they are all essentially the same, some have more of one thing or another but about the same. if you really want to use it use it about 1 tank full per month according to the mixing directions( use the smallest gas ammount per bottle as in if the bottle treats between 18 and 24 gallons go with the 18 gallon mix) buying high octane fuel is as was said in a previous post not cost effective, but if you must purchase a seperate bottle of octane booster and mix it at the lowest concentration(IE treats 20 to 24 gals mix for 24)
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if your bike sits for any length of time, Sta-bil is a wise thing to use
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if your bike sits for any length of time, Sta-bil is a wise thing to use
+1 on that my bike sat for over 5 months when i was in Iraq and started and ran fine.
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Sta-Bil is the man, if your lettin your ride sit in the garage or elsewhere, my suggestion is to let yer ride not sit there doin nothin cept rotting, but if ya have ta use Sta-bil
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