How much seafoam to use in my 25 hp 2stroke for a shock treatment

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How much seafoam to use in my 25 hp 2stroke for a shock treatment

Post by Bonglebust40 » 28 Jun 2018, 20:32

Got a can of sea foam
Not sure how much to use and will it effect the 2 stroke oil to fuel mix

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Re: How much seafoam to use in my 25 hp 2stroke for a shock treatment

Post by 9-R » 28 Jun 2018, 20:40

Not sure about 2s motors. Commonly used in our old Jeep group to blow out build up. When they do that, they pour it down the air intake while running. Pour very slowly and just to the point that it wants to almost die then let up. Any carbon build up will then come flying out the exhaust along with a ton of white smoke.
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Re: How much seafoam to use in my 25 hp 2stroke for a shock treatment

Post by Martin » 29 Jun 2018, 19:54

Just been on the seafoam site and found this for you...
https://seafoamsales.com/wp-content/upl ... Method.pdf

Please have a good look around the site and make your own decision though (disclaimer) :lol:

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