WingAdmin wrote:Yup, the Seafoam really does wonders for these old bikes. It's a good thing to throw in the fuel every once in a while.
thefrontsight wrote:The reason why I shot this stuff directly into the carbs after removing the air filter is because I didnt want to be forced to run the gunk in the tank through the carbs. The gas tank has been drained and replaced with fresh gas when I bought it 2 months ago. Since then Ive run only super through it and have 4k miles on it. If I pour seafoam directly into the gas tank, wont any buildup that is still inside the tank run through the fuel lines and foul the carbs?
Its running really good now...and maybe needs a slight sync...thats it.... so I dont wanna wreck it.
guitarlos wrote:I addd it to the crankcase, drove for about 100 miles, performed two oild changes, to ensure that I got all the residual out. You wouldnt believe all the emulsified sludge that came out of that case! Wow!
Johnyy Smoke wrote:Hello!
Kinda a different subject-but I read that 10% ethanol in gasoline reduces power by 30%. 30% ? ReallY ? So we are loosing 30% of the possible power of our bikes by using ethanol gas?
Johnyy Smoke wrote:I (respecfully) disagree, I cant imagine that high test is pure gas, or that it adds 50% more power.
Johnyy Smoke wrote:Yes-interesting- but that does not answer the original question. Regards, Johnyy