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Old 25 November 2006, 16:01   #1
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Was reading through a few american sites. Many people swear by decarbonising an engine every year by using a product called "seafoam".
Have run my suzuki DT85 for years and never bothered doing this but thought I might have a go. Anyone tried this or recommend of a similar uk product?

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Old 25 November 2006, 16:56   #2
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Redex. Apparently both are available in the US but Seafoam became the household name rather than Redex.

The other one to try is Quicksilver Powertune which you spray directly into the intakes.
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Old 26 November 2006, 00:32   #3
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was reading about seafoam on an american bike site .
They use it to cure water in the fuel problems ,same as Wynns dry fuel aditive it makes the water mix with the fuel and is harmlesly burnt .
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