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Old 12-25-2007, 03:05 PM   #11
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my dad and grandfather have used it for years, and it was put in my bonneville twice. Never saw an engine problem from that, but it only had 144,000 miles. I didnt see either a positive or a negative from it. I would save your money and use it for something like buying a quality name oil or tune up parts.
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Seafoam is nothing like Slick 50. You're talking apples and oranges. Go to Seafoam'* site and read all about it or seach Seafoam on this forum. Return the Slick 50.
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Yeah, I know they are a lot different.. I was referring to returning the slick 50 and buying seafoam'* engine cleaner with that $$$.

How much is a can of seafoam intake cleaner and where can i find it??
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Most major auto parts stores carry SeaFoam.

Off the top of my head I think my local O'reillys charges about 5-6 bucks for a can. But that might not be 100% accurate, because I havent purchased any in a while.

You can also put SeaFoam in your oil, although I usually only do so if Im planning to change it. When you see how thin and runny seafoam is, the thought of dumping a bunch in your oil is unsettling to say the least.
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