:3question:quadman said:Does anybody know if seafoam fuel additive would be okay to use in the oil? Would it be okay with the clutch?
Peronally I think I may have a sticky injector, that's why I'm gonna try it. I have put an e-mail in to seafoam cust. serv. about the clutch thing. Not sure what quadman is up to but thanks for all your info and the initial suggestion, Thanks quadman! :grin_nod:joeraptorjoe said:this stuff is great and it really does work,but why would you use it in your raptor do you have alot of carbon build up or something.i dont think i would put it my oil just because of the clutch.the best thing to do is e-mail or cail there customer service or see if they have a tech line.you can have fun with this stuff to just unhook a vacum hose on someones car and stick it in the can.it makes a car smoke like its on fire. :grin_nod:
SeaFoam IS namebrad mano.. You don't need highend products to solve all of your probs... I don't know if I'd run it in my oil, but I don't see it harming anything runing it in your fuel.RaptorR said:Personally i wouldnt put that stuff in any of my rigs. i would contact amsoil or redline and see what kind of stuff they have, knowing there stuff actually works well. all you tho
I Seafoamed my car when I was preparring it for emmisions testing.quiksilverz71 said:There are video's of people using Seafoam in their cars and trucks on YouTube, you can see how much smoke comes out