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Re: Lightest dinghy motor available

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Originally Posted by christian.hess View Post
seafoam is great for this...love it...judiciously though...

its also a great stabilizer for up to 6 months...or so.

I used it in my atomic 4 gas tank and it cranked right up with a new battery(jajaja) after 8 months...including a winter
Seafoam is one of those products that when you first hear about it, sounds too good to be true. But, it really is a great product.

I had a 1971 Ford Galaxie with a 351 Cleveland that was pinging like crazy until I ran some of that stuff through it. Smoked out the neighborhood with the carbon it flushed out of the cylinders. It was a new motor after that.

I also run it through my 1995 Johnson 200 Ocean Runner 2 stroke outboard at least once a season.

It's good stuff.

On the northern Gulf of Mexico.


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