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    SEA FOAM????

    So what does everybody think about sea foam good or not??????????


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    Good

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    Quote Originally Posted by txgp1300r View Post
    Good
    Good for what purposes, exactly?

    ARODD56ACE - search for SeaFoam or Sea-Foam on here. Several previous threads discussing it.

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    great for cars, never used it on a ski before.

    i hear amsoil makes some sort of engine cleaner thats similar.

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    Sea foam is the only detergent I will use in my 2 strokes. Cleans injectors and plugs very well, but keeps them lubricated at the same time.

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    I'm not skeered, I will say it...

    Why bother with it when all you did was a temp "fix"? How about fixing the problem and then you won't need it?

    Snake oil...........

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    Well douche bag, I have no problems with my ski; it was a simple ? Heard it was some good stuff & figured i would ask the pros.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARODD56ACE View Post
    Well douche bag, I have no problems with my ski; it was a simple ? Heard it was some good stuff & figured i would ask the pros.
    Wow, no I am a douche bag? How old are you, 12?


    And you wanted a "pro" to answer, well guess what brain surgeon, I am a '"pro". You should pray to know 1% of all I know when it comes to I.C.E. (Internal Combustion Engines for those with no clue)

    Go use your Seafoam. I hear it taste good with some Orange juice. Why don't you go and fix yourself one.

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    Go use your Seafoam. I hear it taste good with some Orange juice. Why don't you go and fix yourself one.[/QUOTE]
    +1 i use it in my tank with some vodka makes the ski run like a bat out of hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by zx11rider View Post
    Go use your Seafoam. I hear it taste good with some Orange juice. Why don't you go and fix yourself one.
    +1 i use it in my tank with some vodka makes the ski run like a bat out of hell [/QUOTE]

    Vodka

    Absolut baby

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