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Old 03-07-2007, 01:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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has anyone heard of this "Seafoam Treatment" my friend did it to his 02 acura TL-S
he says it suppose to make the car run smoother and so on and so fourth this is what its suppose to do

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Sea Foam-About Us

SEA FOAM MOTOR TREATMENT for Gas Engine Applications

100% Pure Petroleum
Use in All Engines in All Seasons
2 Cycle, 4 Cycle, and Diesels
Treats 3 Critical Areas: Gas Tank, Fuel Systems, and Crankcase


Cleans fuel injectors
Cleans carburetor jets
Cleans carbon
Stabilizes fuels
Upper cylinder lube
Removes moisture in fuel
De-icer
Frees sticky lifters
Frees sticky rings
Removes moisture in oil
Cleans P.C.V. systems
Cleans catalytic converter odors
Oxygen sensor safe



How Many Mechanics Use SEA FOAM
In Tune-Up of 4 Cycle Gasoline Carbureted or Fuel Injected Engines
Autos, Trucks, and Tractors
With engine warm, slowly pour 1/3 to 1/2 pint through carburetor or throttle body throat. (If vehicle is port injected slowly pour SEA FOAM through direct manifold vacuum line that will feed all cylinders, possible sources are P.C.V. valve or brake booster line.) This will pull SEA FOAM down on top of the pistons and to the back of the intake valves to dissolve carbon. Turn ignition off. Restart engine after 5 minutes. If severe carbon build up is apparent, use more Sea Foam as previously directed. Make sure exhaust is well ventilated when using Sea Foam in these various ways as fumes will be extreme for a short time.
Pour 1/3 to 1/2 pint into oil crank case to clean rings, lifters, dirty parts and remove moisture.
Pour 1/3 to 1 full pint into fuel tank to clean injectors, carburetor jets, fuel lines and remove moisture.
Immediate Results: Smoother idle, increased R.P.M.'s better throttle response and improved performance. See label on can for detailed results for use in each area.
FUEL TANK, CARBURETOR, INJECTION and OIL CRANKCASE.

For Peak Performance, Use SEA FOAM Every 2,000 to 5,000 Miles

A 100% pure petroleum product for use in all gasoline and diesel type engines, both 2 and 4 cycle. OXYGEN SENSOR SAFE.
Cleans dirty engine parts internally by removing harmful gums, varnish and carbon. WORKS AND PERFORMS INSTANTLY.
Removes moisture from oil crankcases and fuel tanks.
Stabilizes and conditions fuels. Use for engine storage.
Cure hesitations, stalls, pings and rough idle due to carbon buildup.
Helps pass emissions test. EPA Registered.
When Used Thru Injection or Carburetor

Cleans carbon build up
Cleans intake valves and pistons
Gives smoother idle
Cleans catalytic converter odors
Cures hesitations and pings
Restores power and pickup
With warm engine running, SLOWLY poor 1/2 pint through carburator, throttle body or direct manifold vacuum line that will feed ALL CYLINDERS. Possible sources are P.C.V. valve or brake booster line. Turn ignition off. Restart engine after 5 minutes. Be sure exhaust is well ventilated. Fumes will be extreme for a short period of time.
For use in injector cleaning machines, use 50% SEA FOAM and 50% fuel.
Fill diesel filters with SEA FOAM to clean injectors fast.
When Added to Crankcase (Oil)


Frees sticky lifters and rings
Increases R.P.M.'s vacuum and compression
Cleans dirty parts
Removes moisture
Cleans PCV valve systems

One pint treats 10 quarts of oil (avg. 1 1/2 ounce per quart).

When Added to Fuel Tank
Cleans fuel injectors and carburetor jets
Cleans carbon as you drive
Lubricates upper cylinders
De-ices and removes moisture
Diesel full conditioner and anti gel
Stabilizes fuel
One pint treats 8-25 gallons of fuel (average 1 ounce per gallon).

In Injector Cleaning Machines

Add a 50/50 blend of fuel and SEA FOAM into injector cleaning machine. Run directly through the fuel rails to clean injectors fast. Add SEA FOAM to your fuel tank to clean injectors as you drive.

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i have the forum of where they talk about the product but im not sure if i should use this or not just wanted to see if anyone else knows about this product or used it
oh yeah there are some thing that need to be changed when doing this like spark plugs and get an oil changed after a couple of miles of running the product.
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dang it didn't read this part it says this product is recommended to be used on older vehicles with older engines or high mileage vehicles i only have around 15,000 miles on my car and dats that I think I drive allot
well hope this helps someone else or would like to try it i can get the instruction on where and how to use this lataz
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sounds an aufull lot like the product marvels mystery oil. never hear of seafoam though. there mostly for older engins. i used marvels to free up a frozen piston due to carbon buildup in my old 71 chevy v8. it worked after about a week with one hell of a backfire. basically there used as a last resort to fix problems on older engins before letting a mechanic take the engine apart and spending more money than it might be worth. if spending $5 on a quart of marvels saves you a pricy engine job its worth it if not your only out $5. you should talk to a mechanic before trying these products first to make sure they wont hurt anything.
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i think this will help you understand what engine aditives do and why they should only be used in an older motor
Slick 50 and other ail additives
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I used Seafoam in my old 1997 mazda millenia with 115k on it.
It made white smoke come out for a few minutes and lit up the CEL for a little while but seemed to help with performance.

You just have to be careful if it has never had Seafoam in it before because sometimes it can get rid of the "gunk" that is sealing your engine and cause leaks.
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