Does Seafoam Actually Work in a Car? (with Proof)

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  1. Hey guy… great videos as always. I learn a lot from you and want to say thank. But I have a question….

    I've done this to both of my cars and one was a lot of smoke and the other had almost no smoke… I'm confused as to why? Bout are 2006 models.

  2. i have a 1988 Formula Fiero that has been severely neglected performance wise. never changed spark plugs, never changed coolant, oil, transmission fluid etc…I have been restoring this car, it went from having no torque, no acceleration, to almost driving like a beast again. I want to do a seafoam run on it, but it is a V6 2.8L . Can you use Seafoam on a V6?

  3. Hi Chris,

    Love the videos man!

    Hey I was hoping you could do a video on Stiction Eliminators. What are they? How do they work? Which one is best?

    Thanks, keep up the good work.

  4. same result can achieved be with a pressure washer just keep filling the engine with water and tide.. i typically opt for a linen fresh scent.. look here is the thing with additives. they are indeed snake oil after using it you are still burning carbon fuels the little build up that you got rid of will return after a tankful or two. so is it wise to keep dumping these chemicals into your engine? do as you see fit, i see no need to use additives in modern day fuels and cars. the only additive i would use is a fuel stabilizer for long term storage of a vehicle.

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