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AdvanceAutoParts.com has 128oz Sea Foam Motor Treatment (SF-128) on sale for $52.99 - 30% off w/ promotional code SAVINGS = $37.09. Store pickup is free if stock permits. Thanks reaperman

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Sea Foam Motor Treatment is a 100% pure petroleum product that works instantly to clean deposits from internal engine parts and remove moisture from oil crankcases and fuel tanks. - Randy71

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One gallon Sea Foam, regular price 52.99, after promo code "SAVINGS" $37.08 plus tax
This would be equal to 8 normal 16oz cans which generally cost approx. $7 each or $56.00
The after savings cost would be equal to $4.62 per can.
30% off orders of $50 or more via "SAVINGS", in-store pick-up or free ship after $75

I normally use sea foam for fuel related issues and have had great success when my car starts missing and idling poorly. I also use it as a gas stabilizer in small engines. As far as removing carbon build-up from a engine that debate will go on forever. If your engine is in need of repairs, don't expect a $5 can of anything fix the issue.

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/...m=sea+foam
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fyi seafoam is great product if you have problem with smog or any symptoms due to high NOx, but its not something to use like on a regular basis.... every time you use it, you'll need a oil change, spark plug clean or replacement... why buy so much ?

also I recommend remove the piping before catalytic converter since all these crap you're removing it being dump on the Cat causing it to clog up.. Down side to Seafoam is that it eats up rubber seal over a period of time causing premature seals such as valve guide seals...

Beside Seafoam, you can use IV drop water at a regulated rate through the intake manifold vacuum line creating steam.. its does the same purpose without having any chemical injected into the system.. if I have a failed smog vehicle due to high NOx. This usually what my go to method where its solve my problem

there's so much Cons vs Pros to use Seafoam vs IV Regulated Water through intake manifold.. But these are not facts, just based off my personal experience being a full time mechanic and smog tech for years.. guess someone else can chime in.. I used to use Seafoam like its the best thing ever invented, but not no more.. Over a period of time when the engine wears, residue from carbon build up acts as a gasket to prevent leak.. once remove, the engine will have oil pass through which cause oil burn. I'm not saying don't use it, but extra careful and knowing why you're using it for.. its not something you use on a normal base for maintenance purpose
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at about .29 an ounce this is a solid deal. it's hard to find this stuff for less than .40 cents an ounce anywhere.
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ive used this stuff and it seems to work. this deal is pretty solid if you use it one multiple cars. you can check your credit card reward points sometimes they have advanced auto parts deals like discover and BAC

here's a bunch of youtube vids on seafoam
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6UeJXkzDW8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdT4DPFXIkM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1xGc5HLIGU
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Alternatively, you can buy two of these for $66 with code TRT41. This is under $0.26/oz.
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this larger bottle size will screw up my measuring technique. i use 1/3 engine, 1/3 brake, 1/3 gas (stick the can in the gas tank). I will continue to use smaller bottle so I can distribute easier.
Just pour it into the small bottle?
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Cars, motorcycles, mowers... Sea Foam is an outstanding product to offset some of the damage stupid ethanol does; it keeps the internals clean and fuels and oils flowing correctly.

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this larger bottle size will screw up my measuring technique. i use 1/3 engine, 1/3 brake, 1/3 gas (stick the can in the gas tank). I will continue to use smaller bottle so I can distribute easier.
I keep a smaller bottle on hand and refill it when it's empty.
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Is this safe to use on high compression cars that have turbos?
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Is this safe to use on high compression cars that have turbos?
its 100 percent petroleum, wonder product, you can use in gas tank to clean out fuel system. You can pour in oil to cleanout bottom of engine, must change oil within 100 miles since it will break down your oil and other contaminates within the engine.

I use it to clean pistons in older cars, beware as it might clog your cat converters. I let engine warm up to operating temp then pull brake booster hose and slowly introduce the seafoam into engine, you will notice engine stumbling, do this for a few mins then put brake booster hose completely into seafoam bottle, this will cause engine to choke and turn off. Wait about 10 mins for the seafoam to clean the manifold and upper engine, restart vehicle, there will be a smoke show especially older cars, might clog cats if engine is in poor condition

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VOr2LviTnQ
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its 100 percent petroleum, wonder product, you can use in gas tank to clean out fuel system. You can pour in oil to cleanout bottom of engine, must change oil within 100 miles since it will break down your oil and other contaminates within the engine.

I use it to clean pistons in older cars, beware as it might clog your cat converters. I let engine warm up to operating temp then pull brake booster hose and slowly introduce the seafoam into engine, you will notice engine stumbling, do this for a few mins then put brake booster hose completely into seafoam bottle, this will cause engine to choke and turn off. Wait about 10 mins for the seafoam to clean the manifold and upper engine, restart vehicle, there will be a smoke show especially older cars, might clog cats if engine is in poor condition

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VOr2LviTnQ
Thanks for the reply.

So for my BMW X5 which has developed slight knocking I should warm the car, pour it in, and drive straight to the dealer for an oil change?
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this larger bottle size will screw up my measuring technique. i use 1/3 engine, 1/3 brake, 1/3 gas (stick the can in the gas tank). I will continue to use smaller bottle so I can distribute easier.
Could you explain? Not clear on what you are doing.
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Thanks for the reply.

So for my BMW X5 which has developed slight knocking I should warm the car, pour it in, and drive straight to the dealer for an oil change?
wait a few days or drive around 100 miles before oil change
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Could you explain? Not clear on what you are doing.
Sure, I use the regular size bottle and have a 1/3 measuring cup. I take the bottle and fill up the 1/3 cup and pour the measuring cup into the engine crankcase (oil). I then pour another 1/3 into measuring cup and set it aside. I pour the remainder of the seafoam bottle into the gas tank. I then take that measuring cup 1/3 with seafoam already poured into it and remove the brake hose and slowly pour the rest into the brake hose while car is running. It does not stall either. I then turn car off for 15 min and restart it.

This method I clean thru engine, brake hose and gas tank all at same time. hope that helps!
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Sure, I use the regular size bottle and have a 1/3 measuring cup. I take the bottle and fill up the 1/3 cup and pour the measuring cup into the engine crankcase (oil). I then pour another 1/3 into measuring cup and set it aside. I pour the remainder of the seafoam bottle into the gas tank. I then take that measuring cup 1/3 with seafoam already poured into it and remove the brake hose and slowly pour the rest into the brake hose while car is running. It does not stall either. I then turn car off for 15 min and restart it.

This method I clean thru engine, brake hose and gas tank all at same time. hope that helps!
if you dont stall the car then the seafoam wont sit on top of pistons, this is where most of your carbon buildup is
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