This weeks interview is with Jim Davis, the technical adviser at Sea Foam. Jim is a lifetime car guy as well as a former mechanic ad circle track racer. Because of his background as a mechanic he knew the question was coming, and surprised me in his discussion of how SeaFoam and other additives have more value than ever with modern “clean” fuels.
Modern blended fuels and oils of today have developed some issues such has varnish and carbon buildup, that Sea Foam takes care of very well. Since Sea Foam is a fuel and oil additive, it can be used both in the fuel tank as well as the crankcase, and tackle the problem from both ends.
Check it out… http://www.themusclecarplace.com/tmc…additives-work