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I've been driving for... well, a very long time, I've never used either.
What makes you think you need that?? Just curious.

I believe that if you change your oil at least semi religiously, and use good quality fuel ( hard not to ) then there really is no need for either. Just my opinion. But I do dump a bottle of Lucas fuel injector cleaner in the tank from time to time.
 

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just seachin around readin old threads.
and my friend called me said he had put the zmax in his car. and it spit out black smoke..
i was like O_O what.. so started doin more reading and was interested.
 

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Seafoam works wonders for cleaning out carbon. Try it with the vacume line method and prepare for some pissed off neighbors when you smoke out half the damn neighbor hood!
 

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You pull off a vacuum line and stick it in the bottle, let it suck the seafoam in. Let it suck in a chunk of the bottle then get in the car and rev it, drive it, whatever, just dont **** yourself when all you see in your mirror is a healthy cloud of white smoke.
 

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I've been driving for... well, a very long time, I've never used either.
What makes you think you need that?? Just curious.

I believe that if you change your oil at least semi religiously, and use good quality fuel ( hard not to ) then there really is no need for either. Just my opinion. But I do dump a bottle of Lucas fuel injector cleaner in the tank from time to time.
I agree.
 

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I might run some seafoam in mine next oil change. I too believe if you take good care of your car,,and run good fluids, they are probably not necessary,

,,but,,,

everything will build up carbon over time, can't be stopped
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if you didn't own the car from day 1 (like me,,just acquiring a gt with 70k miles on the clock), it might be a good idea to run a can through. I've used it before on a couple vehicles,,,the smoke is cool,,,might be my imagination but the cars always seem to run smoother afterwards. (could be my imagination),,but they don't run worse :)
 

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I put the vacume line in and I let it suck it in a little at a time. Have some one else revving the car just enough to keep it running but nothing crazy. Then about just over half a bottle I shut the car off and let it sit for like 10 minutes. Then I start it back up and enjoy the show lol. Just make sure the motor is good and warm.
 
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