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Old 11-10-2011
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Spray in seafoam

Got a can of the spray in seafoam and sprayed it into the intake thru the line attached to the intake. this stuff is much better than the pour in kind it smoked a crap ton more. Dont do this in a location like me. the police came and questioned what i was doing (live on a busy busy road. but heres the vid.

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tell them you're testing a government banned type of fuel that helps you achieve over 5 times the sticker gas mileage.
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Old 11-25-2011
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i put some of that seafoam pouring stuff into my gas tank and I must say that it does help my truck run smoother.

but that smoke is weird i wonder why it does that?
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You talkin bout deep creep?
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Nope seafoam spray.
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Yeah, in the old days we would run transmission fluid down the carb to clean up the intake valves! That video brought back some memories!
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That seafoam stuff is really awesome.
How's your truck feel now Dave??
Any noticeable difference?
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Old 11-25-2011
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Never realized they had it in a spray... if you still have the can could you post up the part number? We sell lots of it at work in the regular can so I wouldn't mind getting some of the spray in!
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Hey Dave, didnt you get arrested for this? lol. jk.

I also think its hilarious to send a giant puff of white smoke through the neighborhood.
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Never realized they had it in a spray... if you still have the can could you post up the part number??
Looks like it's a "new" product.

http://www.seafoamsales.com/sea-foam-spray.html

Looks like 'SS14' is the part number the sellers have listed online.
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we used a simular product when i worked at a dealership. the "kit" we used has 2 different sprays for the intake and gasoline additive that was put in the tank and we were hearing from customers that they were having smoother running and better gas mileage. i did it to my truck with with 285k and it def helped a lot. the spray shouldnt mess up the spark plugs like the can you pour in does either
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Looks like it's a "new" product.

http://www.seafoamsales.com/sea-foam-spray.html

Looks like 'SS14' is the part number the sellers have listed online.
Thanks! I'll check it out tomorrow and see if we can get it. If it's just out now in the U.S. we'll get it up here in a year or two... lol.
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I can always be a seafoam mule if need be....
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Seafoam spray? Cool. Cause I know deep creep is pretty much the same thing as the seafoam bottle product except in a spray can. I use that **** on everything, love it.

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