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Old 05-29-2007, 08:57 AM   #1
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I was just wondering if you guys have hard of seafoam, and have you ever used it. It helps out AMAZINGLY with performance, not only fuel, but HP and Torque too!! Let me know!
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Old 05-29-2007, 09:46 AM   #2
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Sea Foam is naphtha with some oil added. Naphtha is also sold as Coleman Fuel. I don't know what effect it has on mileage, power, etc., but it works well to clean carbon out of 2 stroke engines and throttle bodies.

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I use the Seafoam for de-carbonizing the motor on my VX. I do it about once a year.
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I have used it on motor and sail boats I have worked on but never tried it in the TDI. I know some people swear by it.
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i have used it and did not see crazy amazing wow this is the best product ever kind of results. but i don't think that it would hurt either.
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Seafoam was originally developed for the marine industry to clear engines of carbon and junk without a tear down while at sea. They've also got a penetrating oil and transmission cleaner. Oddly, Seafoam also works in the crankcase to clean sludge in the oil.

Our local farm dealer where I buy my parts and supplies sells this stuff by the case.

The manufacturer claims that it can be used to stabilize fuel over a lay over and to clean an engine crankcase. I've used it a couple of times to clear water in the tank. Seems to work pretty good.
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