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Seafoam in gas tank

Discussion in 'Performance & Fuel' started by sierra11, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. sierra11

    sierra11 Member 100 Posts

    I have been reading several reviews on using seafoam and was wondering do you just poor some into the gas tank or what? I haven't seen anyone say exactly
  2. dedmon27

    dedmon27 New Member 100 Posts

    Yes you can put some in the tank. It will stabilize for up to two years, and will clean up your injectors. The bottle says how to use it in any system.
  3. Red Z71 Max

    Red Z71 Max New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

  4. sierra11

    sierra11 Member 100 Posts

    Oh okay thanks yeah my truck has been a little sluggish lately so maybe this will help clean it out
  5. TMAL1

    TMAL1 New Member

    Recently finishing a major rebuild on my 89 suburban. New motor, custom interior w/24" LCD and stereo system, overhead console, lift,electric front seats, custom tach mount, etc...trying to fire a new motor but can't get the tbi to fire...anyway. the truck sat for 6 months during the work. I put seafoam in the tank to help out the old fuel. I heard good things about it.
  6. Big_Ben

    Big_Ben New Member 100 Posts

    My sig says it all haha. I put that sh*t in everything! Been using it for 3 years now steadily in EVERYTHING since it was first shown to me. Seriously, everything. Transmissions (Seafoam TransTune), Oil, Gas tanks, vacuum lines, brake booster lines. Amazing stuff!

    For your truck gas tank, put an entire can in it. One can treats 30 - 90 Litres. It's sad that I know this info by heart now haha.

    When doing an oil change, dump half a can into the oil and drive for about 100 km or so, then change the oil. Dump the other half of the can in your gas tank. If you want to do brake booster/vacuum line - use the entire can.

    Excellent stuff, cannot say enough about it. I've personally used it in my truck, atvs, snowmobiles, snowblowers, lawnmowers, generators, outboard motors, inboard motors, motorcycles, dirt bikes, you name it. The only thing I haven't tried it in is an airplane.
  7. nikkeshelton

    nikkeshelton New Member 100 Posts

    What is Seafoam?
  8. Big_Ben

    Big_Ben New Member 100 Posts

  9. Josh

    Josh New Member 100 Posts

    matter of fact i put a whole can in my tank yesterday. when i did my fuel filter change.

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