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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-10-2007, 09:00 AM Thread Starter
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I hear you folks talking about seafoam all the time. Well, I got a can and added several ounces to my tank. I think I could tell the difference immediatly. The bike seemed to run smoother especially in cold weather. My question is, how often should you add it to your tank? I live in the south and ride 70 miles round trip to work almost every day. If I add seafoam every time I full up, thats going to be several cans a month. Anybody got any advice.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-10-2007, 09:20 AM
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Based on your riding, probably one or two times a month should be fine.
You ride as much as I do and I seafoam monthly.

Where is Braxton near? I was in Long Beach a couple of months ago visiting customers.

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Braxton is about 22 miles south of downtown Jackson, MS down Highway 49.
thanks for the info.
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i add it every other tank usually, but i use smaller ammount since my carbs were cleaned recently (3000 miles back) and are in ok shape.

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I just throw a few oz's in when I think about it, maybe once a month.

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I'm about like fergy, just a small splash every other tank or so.
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