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Old 27-08-16, 08:13 PM   #1
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Has anyone used a product called "Sea Foam" ? supposed to work miracles!
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Complete waste of time.

May as well pour can of Coke down the inlet in an direct injection engine.

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Has anyone used a product called "Sea Foam" ? supposed to work miracles!
Americans have success with it on petrol-fueled cars, but this is probably because their fuel is not nearly as well refined as ours and produces a lot more carbon to gunk up the engine.
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It's nearly as good as snake oil
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Old 28-08-16, 12:26 PM   #5
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Yep...sea foam.....fuel magnets......adder grease..
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when u see how short a time it actually touches the inlets with engine running on a DI engine, u would need gallons and gallons of the stuff to even get a wee bit of cleaning on the inlets.
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