Originally Posted by dogfish246
Thanks man! I am excited to see the results too!
Scotty Kilmer did not use real pictures of before and after. If you look closely the piston tops are from two different pistons. Also, he was payed to make the video and in the time given to create the video, I doubt he would have time to do a before and after test. Notice my results were completely different. Seafoam is not the same recipe since it was made. They adapted to modern vehicles and I think it rivals other cleaners but I will be testing it to see for real (instead of just a hunch).
How do you know that he is
paid? Just curious.
I have a hard time believing most product claims, because of paid claims and fake results.
I never really considered Seafoam to be bad and never thought it couldn't be used in an EFI system. I still think its one of the better off the shelf products.