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It does make a difference, do it! 1 50.00%
No harm no foul, if it gives you peace of mind do it. I never do though. 1 50.00%
Waste of money. Snake oil, mail me the $10 0 0%
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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-28-2011, 10:29 AM Thread Starter
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Seafoam upper intake

What say ye all?

1997 cavalier w/ 105,000
Runs fine but just want to get it done as this is gonna be my academy car for the next 12 weeks.

Planned on going through a vaccume hose shut it down, sit for a minute then blow it out with a few drives.

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its a crapolier if its fine id leave things well enough alone

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Run 1/3 through the brake booster vacuum line, shut it down for 10 minutes and start it up again. You will see a ton of smoke for a few minutes depending on how dirty your motor is.
Pour it slowly though and don't let the motor die.
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Run 1/3 through the brake booster vacuum line, shut it down for 10 minutes and start it up again. You will see a ton of smoke for a few minutes depending on how dirty your motor is.
Pour it slowly though and don't let the motor die.
I've done this, but if running I OK now why bother?

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