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Old 01-21-2009, 01:30 PM   #1
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Seafoam FTMFW

So, I have been having fuel system problems lately.........
I knew I needed new plugs and my carbs could use a good cleaning, not to mention that about 2 years ago, the bike sat untouched for 6 months.
So, me being the lazy guy I am, I went to the auto store and bought a can of Seafoam. I was skeptical about how it would work, but decided to try it anyways. After using it, all I can say is !!!!
Put a few ounces in my oil and let the bike idle for a few minutes and then changed oil. Then, put a few more ounces in my gas tank and took her for a little spin.
The inside of my exhaust tips were chrome when I left for my ride and when I put the bike back up, they were black......all that carbon that had built up in my engine, fuel system and anywhere fuel/oil goes, was blown out the exhaust.
So, with new plugs and a little Seafoam, she is running like a champ now.....

Just thought I would let everyone know........Seafoam FTMFW
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Old 01-21-2009, 01:39 PM   #2
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yup i ran it through my f4i once when it was surging.

turned out the wires were loose on the battery so it didnt need it lol, but it still ran smoother after i used it.
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