In this Seafoam video, we run it through my friend's 1979 Chevy Camaro with a 400 Small Block. After we ran it, he said it revved faster, and idled much steadier. Later on, I put plugs in it to make it run even better.
1987 Monte Carlo LS CL Violent Beating part 2
More crazy fun with this low mileage beast. glad we finally got it. Mike
did some donuts with the crown vic, and the Exhaust pretty much fell off. so we had to lift
it with the tow truck, and take the dragging stuff off. i accidentally
side swipped a tree pretty bad with mike, we didn't get hurt or anything.
Sean got snd degree burns from the antifreeze. Just on his arm mainly.
He's got it bandaged up still.
86' Box Chevy "400 sm block" (Pt. 2)
The box chevy been sittin up to long and Im actually about to get ready to
take it back to my cuz cause I just bought me 3 more cars/projects so I
need to make room for them.
Alot of you ask for it so here it is, I hope you like it.
The Ultimate Small Block Stroker Engine Build -- Part 4
To see this engine running on the Dyno, check out Part 5 here:
The fourth video in a series building a big inch stroker motor. We're
cramming 427 cubic inches into a small block Chevy with all off-the-shelf
parts. This time we're installing the valve train, intake and and ignition.
For the rest of the videos in the series, build sheets and even Dyno results, check out
ltimate-stroker/ . Thanks
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BMW Lifter Tick? SEAFOAM!!!
Just so everyone is aware:
1. IT WAS NOT A COLD START.
2. The motor had 185,000 on it when he bought it and was already hurt
3. I don't own the car. The guy in the driver's seat revving the piss out
of it does. And he's not a dumb ass kid, he's a dumb ass 30 year old man.
4. Arlington actually.
Noisy lifter so we added a little seafoam to see if it would quiet it down.
Chevy 400 small block.
Chev 400 small block with 202 heads, Edelbrock torker manifold & Holley 650
double pumper it has Keith Black 10 to 1 pistons, solid lifter comp cam.
Transmission is 400 Chevy.
My Camaro Loves Sea Foam
So there I am walking through Walmart in a zombie daze when I find myself
in the automotive aisle. I begin reading all the labels on the different
'Motor Treatment' products, but one stands out. Sea Foam, in it's
nondescript can, claims to reduce or eliminate engine ticks and pings while
removing carbon, gum, and buildup from high-mileage engines. I was
understandably skeptical, since this miracle in a can only cost $6.00.
After I got home, I did a little post-sale research on YouTube. To my
surprise, there are hundreds of videos praising this product. Anyway, the
next day I warmed the engine and per instructions, disconnected the Brake
Booster Vacuum Line and SLOWLY fed
the Sea Foam into the line. The engine nearly stalled several times, but
overall took it very well. I confirmed my suspicion of an Exhaust manifold leak when the fog began pouring
from the left of the engine. I shut the engine off and let it sit for 30
minutes before starting the camera and engine. You see the results. The
results were nothing short of immediate and unbelievable. Not only did the
engine idle 300% smoother, but the ticking was nearly inaudible and the
throttle response was both powerful and instant. Now, I know I am supposed
to drive it like I stole it for about ten miles after the treatment, but as
you can see, I don't yet have a plate or tags, or insurance, so that will
have to wait. Long story short. I LOVE SEA FOAM!!!!