I have a small write up coming up. I removed, cleaned, and put back together my Throttle Body and did the seafoam treatment with the garage light. Started it up and backed out as soon as the idle smoothed.Nice. I don't think i would have done it in the garage though.:funny: i've never done this to my truck and i just rolled over 140k. I wonder if i should...
The huge cloud lasts for up to 2 minutes, then it will smoke for about 5 more. I take it for a hard drive for 5-10 minutes and it will smoke lightly throughout that. I did it in the garage because of the light, and my intention to back it out immediately. I would have not done it at my house if it was light outsideYeah, I wouldn't have done it in the garage. Would have taken it to the local highschool parking lot after dark or something like that. How long does the smoke last? I'm considering doing it to my girlies '98 Mustang (125k miles). Thanks.
I used Seaform in my 01 Dakota 4.7 with around 100K on it several times with little to virtually no smoke.I've had this discussion before, the smoke is a product of the cleaner itself and has absolutely nothing to do with how clean or dirty the cylinder and valves are. I could take a brand new engine and run this through it and it would probably smoke for a minute or 2. I don't have any actual written proof just 20+ years of professionally using this on vehicles on a regular basis.
Mopar Combustion Chamber Cleaner is a foam vs a liquid. Plus you spray it down the throttle body vs putting it into the crank/gas tank/vacuum line.Is there a difference between the two other than the Mopar label?