MediumD said:Seafoam is fun because of the smoke show but I wouldn't bother using it unless there was a problem that introducing a solvent into the intake could solve (like maybe stuck IMRCs or something.) GM Top Engine Cleaner is better for those sorts of things anyway.
turborich said:Did the seafoam really make it run any better? Smoother idle or what? I have thought about using seafoam but not sure if I should since There aren't any problems?? Thanks.
Nitrobasher said:Ive used it twice, honestly I cant say that I've seen any improvement really. I thought I did at first but that was just my imagination kicking in.
but what i do know is, if you plan on racing anyone anytime soon, DO NOT USE IT. I was running consistant 15.4's then i used seafoam and ran an embarasing 16.1 ewwwwwww but it wore off after a while
You can buy it at autozone for $6.99. It is supossed to remove carbon build up from your engine. This is my first time using it. People seem to speak very highly of this product though.Scorpio1118_2000 said:What is this seafoam stuff and how do you use it? Somebody send me a link or something, it sounds like I could use some of this stuff.