A number of years ago someone "Seafoamed" their car in the hotel parking lot at tha Carlisle meet. It smoked so bad the fire alarm in the building next door went off. Good news was that the car was out on a "road test" when the PD anf FD showed up. We had some explaining to do for sure.
Not being a Seafoam user or believer help me understand something. If the magic is that it "cleans" the intake valves/combustion chamber why then do you need to repalce the plugs? Should not they also be "cleaned"
I just have a problem with the potential of hydrolock/bent rods/damaged pistons/ring land damage etc when pouring liquid with a "calibrated" eye/ear into a running engine
While I understand the "need to clean" I have fabricated an injector flush rig and plan to run MotorVac thru the Pro- Am to see if it does anything measurable. Daily commute documented as base line in process, then will see what if anything happens.
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