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  • SeaFoam Results

    Ran some SeaFoam through all of my Jeeps this weekend. I figured I'd post the results even though people have already sworn by the product.

    01 XJ
    Before - 129k engine. Over the last 6 months MPG went down by 1-2, idle was unstable but not rough.

    After - MPG unknown (too early), idles steady & smooth now, is much quieter, and revs a LOT smoother when I punch it to 4500. Almost killed myself with a cloud of white smoke that enveloped half the house.

    00 TJ
    Before - 117k engine. Same as above but really rough idle when cold.

    After - Same as above, rough idle when cold is gone and much less white smoke than the XJ.

    85 CJ7
    Before - 600mi engine. Last 500 miles was on a MC-2100 that ran way too rich. Fouled plugs.

    After - Same as XJ, lots of white smoke. Actually blew out some black chunks from exhaust. Pulled a couple plugs which are now clean and look normal.

    Hopefully I'll see an increase in MPG, especially once I get the injector system serviced and cleaned.

  • #2
    SeaFoam is a good thing. I run it in my jeeps, and my sister's jeep plus we have used it at the shop I work in. Good deal.

    Warning. Use it out in the open, It will cloud up and try and kill you.

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    • #3
      Been using it for a year now in my CJ w/250xxx plus miles. Smoked before, still does, runs smoother.

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      • #4
        Ran it through my TJ over the summer and actually had some guy flip me off because of the white smoke coming from the exhaust.

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        • #5
          Okay, I'm a moron on what this stuff is

          Sounds interesting, like a carb cleaner? Whole fuel system cleaner . Carbs or fuel injection. Please splain, I'm interested.

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          • #6
            It does everything. See link below. You can even use in your crankcase.

            http://www.seafoamsales.com/motorTuneUpTechGas.htm

            Picked up a pint for $5 @ the parts store. Well worth it.

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            • #7
              sounds cool gonnahvae to use it in my YJ....hope i dont piss off the neighbors! lol

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              • #8
                Maybe truth in advertising would require it to be renamed "see smoke" instead of SeaFoam!
                Anyone know how it works?
                And is it for carbuerated vehicles vs. EFI? Or does it make any difference?

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                • #9
                  xj colt.....where did you put it, in the fuel system?

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                  • #10
                    when I ran it through the YJ just suck it up through a vacuum hose.
                    don't know about carbs.
                    Smoke ya it SMOKES

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                    • #11
                      Bottom line is that it's not a fuel. It's not designed to run an engine. If it cleans then what has it taken away from the fuel?What do you have to replace to make a fuel? Just a thought.

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                      • #12
                        Like said before, use it through a vacume line, poor it in the gas tank with a full tank, and you can run it in the crank case to help out.
                        Me I use it through a vacum hose and poor some down the throtle body.
                        As for carbs. Same thing.
                        It will look like split pea soup has just rolled in. So be careful if you are in a confined area or your nieghbors are real $h!ty. but then again that could be a good thing.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by redtail
                          Sounds interesting, like a carb cleaner? Whole fuel system cleaner . Carbs or fuel injection. Please splain, I'm interested.
                          You can even add it to your crank case.

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                          • #14
                            Crank Case!

                            I ran some in the crank case to absorb any water left in there, from when the jeep went swimming in that bog at the Pipe Line.

                            What I did with it,

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                            • #15
                              On yu're guys advice picked up a can this morning. Pulled the air filter and sprayed it down with CARB cleaner to clean the top of the carb. Then kept the engine running and pulled the vac advance hose and stuck it in a can of SEAFOAM, sucked in a half can and shut her down for 15 min. Started her up and took her for a ten min drive, idle picked up by 100rpm and felt smoother. Time will tell. By the way, lots of white smoke

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