1998 Dodge Dakota Seafoam treatment 5.2L V8

Testing seafoam for the first time on a 1998 dodge dakota 4x4, 5.2L v8 with 204km. The engine performs a lot smoother and I noticed immediate better throttle response & acceleration. I have a single in single out 2.5" flowmaster 40 muffler

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