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I've read hours of conversation on other sites about Sea Foam and they talked about using it for a intake cleaner, gas additive, used it in the oil and maybe even for washing the darn vehicle. I've concluded that it must be snake oil because it does everything.
Nobody ever answered why they used the product, much less had a before and after dyno print out to show that something actually happened.
It would be cheaper and might work better to introduce water into the cylinders and let the steam clean out the carbon. I've done that for years, but because I'm lazy I'd rather use a bottle of Amsoil P.I. in the gas tank three or four times a year.
I use and talk about, but don't sell Amsoil.
2006 Tundra replaced a
98 Dakota 3.9 automatic, long bed.
Retired with broken A/C, July 2008.
On original engine and transmission.
+Everybody knows something you don't know.
+Truth does not need to be 'balanced' and it ain't caused by voting or consensus or polls or yelling louder or silencing someone.
+Artists prove truth can be in forms you don't understand.
Last edited by shatto; 05-02-2010 at 03:24 PM.