Ken Block's 240SX with a S15 SR20DET getting SEAFOAMED!

Had some leftover seafoam from my GTI, so Ken poured it into his muffler bearing reservoir for some added HP.

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Straight Pipe'd S2000 - alexisthemovie smashing on the 10 east
My buddies and I decided to record an Exhaust video. Taz the pitbull puppy in the back seat, Ken and I up front in his S15 SR20DET powered 240SX. The S2000 in this video is loud as fuhhhh. BTW if you're going to comment about the negative camber, just don't you're preaching to the choir.





SR20DET S13 240sx
Drift ready street car, went to take some photos in rush hour traffic time, nothing crazy.





Green Monster | S15
I DO NOT OWN ANY MUSIC RIGHTS Music: Big Spender - Theophilus London Ft. ASAP Rocky





2010 MKVI GTI Seafoam
Thanks to CarbonRichMK6 for the initial DIY on how to do this (seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmMvi7o6Ja4) I picked up 2 feet of tubing from Kragen and a can of Seafoam. Definitely want to lightly feather the Seafoam into the engine, so that it doesn't stall out and potentially lock up. I'd just stick it in for a quick second and then pull out (bahahah that's what she said). All-in-all, I used about 3/4 of a can. SO MUCH SMOKE when I backed out of the driveway and went for a spin. It was outrageous, I couldn't see anything at all out my rear window and the entire street looked like gettysburg. Unfortunately I don't have a video of that =/ I'm pretty sure that my motor's idle smoothed out from doing this, but we'll see. Oh, I also sprayed MAF cleaner on the sensor that was inside of the intake manifold, as it was covered in oil. Notes: 22,000 miles, APR Stage II with a B&B downpipe, BSH Race Intake, Neuspeed throttle pipe (noisepipe delete), and that's about it on motor mods.




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