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    Anyone use ValvTech Carbon Free

    Anyone use ValvTech Carbon Free? Any pros or cons to it? Someone told me about it and asked that I look into it.

    http://www.valvtect.com/products04.asp

    http://www.boatersworld.com/product/178450045.htm


    ValvTect Carbon Free ValvTect Carbon free is specifically designed to prevent buildup of harmful carbon deposits caused by today's reformulated gasoline. These carbon deposits can cause ring sticking and engine failure in 2 and 4 cycle engines. One 12 oz. bottle treats 60 gallons of fuel.
    Regular use of Carbon Free will:
    • Prevent carbon deposit build-up.
    • Prevent ring sticking.
    • Prevent piston seize-up.
    • Improve engine performance.
    • Prolong engine life.


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    After looking through multiple marine threads seems many people are saying to use Marvel Mystery Oil. http://www.marvelmysteryoil.com/inde...site/products/ , Seafoam http://www.seafoamsales.com/

    I tried to search and found a few threads that were about 1 - 3 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus13letter View Post
    After looking through multiple marine threads seems many people are saying to use Marvel Mystery Oil. http://www.marvelmysteryoil.com/inde...site/products/ or Seafoam http://www.seafoamsales.com/

    I tried to search but didnt really find any good info on this so any info on these would be appriciated.
    I use seafoam in my pickup and I like it. I use half a can about once a year, and I feel like I can feel a difference after I've used it (runs a bit smoother too). There are a few ways to get it to the motor, on my truck I pull the vacuum line off the TB and dip it into the can and let it suck it in that way. I imagine when I run it through the ski next year I'll just pull my BOV line. Won't need that much for the 1.5 anyway. The truck is an 8L.

    After I've got as much in the motor as I want, I shut the truck off for 5-10 minutes. After that I start it up and let it run until it doesn't blow anymore smoke. Takes a solid 10 minutes, and it is thick white smoke...you'll know it.

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