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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-04-2011, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Sea Foam??

Anybody have any experience with Sea Foam additive? The gas guys on Ford Trucks like it, but I don't know what to think for a diesel application.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-04-2011, 09:52 PM
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I've used it before....... but I think there are better products out there.

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How are you wanting to use it? If you put it in the gas it's ok. If you put it in the oil you're in trouble. I use it on the families gassers and will occasionally pour some in my tank

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Rev-X is the way to go for an additive

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Rev-X is the way to go for an additive
Suppose to be the only powerstroke safe oil additive as well. I plan on trying it one day.

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I fill my fuel bowl with it everytime I change the filter, thought I learned that here on

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I fill my fuel bowl with it everytime I change the filter, thought I learned that here on

I'm glad you posted this OP, I'd forgotten to hit mine at filter change. Just drain the bowl and fill about 1/2 way with SF. It burns like diesel and I've HEARD and FELT a diff in the way the truck runs after. I put nothing but syn oil in my crank case.
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Suppose to be the only powerstroke safe oil additive as well. I plan on trying it one day.
Im sure Bigstroker has some left at a great price.

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