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Old 06-03-2012, 10:18 AM
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Remove the 3/4" rubber hose off of your Brake Master Cylinder, its the only one on there. There may or may not be a small clamp on it. Start the engine (before you remove the hose or it wont start), then pour seafoam in until half the can is gone, once you reach that point, pour it in until it stalls.

Then, pour the rest in about 1/4-1/2 tank of Fuel. I also wait until I am about to do an oil change and dump a can in the oil too.

Wait 5, maybe 10 minutes, start the engine back up, rev the piss out of it and watch her smoke. My neighbors down the street had NO idea what was going on, and I got the fire department called on me once.
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