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Old 11-21-2007, 02:21 PM
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any of you guys use that stuff? i have in the past, but am skeptical with the s/c and bigger injectors. don't want to f*** stuff up. i have 93k on the motor, much less on the s/c setup.
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any of you guys use that stuff? i have in the past, but am skeptical with the s/c and bigger injectors. don't want to f*** stuff up. i have 93k on the motor, much less on the s/c setup.
I use it on occasion, no problems with it.
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I'm not convinced it does EVERYTHING it claims to do, but it does help clean out carbon deposits.

I wrote up a How-To for SVT Performance and I posted it here too.

Do a quick search using my name and "seafoam" as your criteria and the thread will come up.

I believe I posted it in the Excursion forum.

WD, have you figured out how you plan on attacking your head lifting prob?

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WD, have you figured out how you plan on attacking your head lifting prob?

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I think I'm gonna go ahead and o-ring the heads and replace the gaskets, studs. Once its all together I'm thinking of making a trip to JJ for some new tunes. I've used JLP in the past with good luck (mostly) but I think its time for a change. I hear JJ is the man when it comes to customer service. I'm also wanting to up the s/c size and exhaust size in order to reduce cylinder pressure without losing hp/tq

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I think I'm gonna go ahead and o-ring the heads and replace the gaskets, studs. Once its all together I'm thinking of making a trip to JJ for some new tunes. I've used JLP in the past with good luck (mostly) but I think its time for a change. I hear JJ is the man when it comes to customer service. I'm also wanting to up the s/c size and exhaust size in order to reduce cylinder pressure without losing hp/tq
LOL! Ok, I should have read this post before responding in my KB/Whip thread! I basically suggested exactly what you plan on doing.

JJ is excellent when it comes to customer service.

I assume you're gonna ditch the ARP studs for some ARP 2000's?

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LOL! Ok, I should have read this post before responding in my KB/Whip thread! I basically suggested exactly what you plan on doing.

JJ is excellent when it comes to customer service.

I assume you're gonna ditch the ARP studs for some ARP 2000's?

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I was under the impression that I had the 2000's. Dont know. I will make sure thats what they are this time. lol
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I'm not convinced it does EVERYTHING it claims to do, but it does help clean out carbon deposits.
i added it to the gas tank and crankcase yesterday as i am having the oil changed next tuesday for my trip to FL on the 25th. this weekend i want to added the correct amount to the main vacuum line and clean the rest of it out(cant wait to see the smoke show, 93k on engine)....but which line is the main vacuum line?


edit: n/m, i found it. looks like i should find a helper.
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attempting this today. i filled a baby bottle with just over 5oz, and i'm going to let it drip into the vacuum line. hopefully, with 93k miles, i will get a good cleaning.
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had a tech here at work help me out. we went with a smaller vacuum line and sucked it all in instead of letting it drip in. i was hoping for a big smoke show with 93k miles, but nothing major really. oh well, guess the engine was clean!
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