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Honestly, if there's that much crud, you're better off going inside and cleaning the carbs. There's going to be stuff that seafoam won't dissolve (will look like grains of sand), and the blowback is just moving it around.

I'm not saying blowback is bad, but it's more of a trick to get you off the trail and back home, instead of a permanent fix. Doing the blowback, just leaves the crud to plug up the carb again later.

How long to leave it in, depends how quick seafoam evaporates. I don't know the answer. Maybe a day or two.

Looks like tomorrow is our warmest day this week, 62°.
 
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