Discussion in '2-Stroke Engines' started by pucksterpete, Sep 10, 2010.
Anybody ever try this with their 2 stroke?
Interesting! I suppose it will clean up the engine like it does any other vehicle. I use it in my Jeep once a year. I think you are supposed to rev up the engine to burn off the crud when your finished using the Seafoam.
One of the most widely (OEM brands also) used 2 cycle chemical/additives used today.
I swear by it for 4 strokes, IE: Robin 35's which tend to have a choke-down problem with the stock air filters. It has turned around a couple of engines for me where carbonizing was getting to be a problem. I use it as a treatment through the carb, not as a fuel additive.
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