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Old 01-11-2008, 09:18 PM
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sea foam in oil???

i know this has been talked about many times i have read many of the threads talking about sea foam. but one thing that is not fully clear to me is if its good or bad to put in oil. there web page says to put a bit in the oil but some ppl say not to and have had problems when its in the oil.

i want to do the sea foam treatment because when i did a cam job awhile ago i saw the top of the valves looked in the combustion chambers through the spark plug holes. and there was a good amount of carbon build up. ive read many many many good things about sea foam and how good it cleans the carbon so i want to do it. i just dont know about putting it in the oil. any thoughts???

the engine is a 350sbc in a 70 elky. so no sensors and no cats on the exhaust.

also which is the best way to put it into the engine??? though the brake booster hose or the top of the carb??? i have the rpm air gap intake so its a dual plane if that makes any difference (im not really sure just tossing that out there).
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