phezanthawk at wowway.com
Sun Apr 15 11:23:27 PDT 2007
Some swear by Seafoam. Personally I have used
Chevron Techron on several different bikes with good
results. If your slow jets are dirty, it will clean them.
If they're completely blocked, dissembly and cleaning
of the carbs is necessary.
Larry in Michigan
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeffrey Markham" <automan25 at yahoo.com>
To: <GPzList at micapeak.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 15, 2007 12:45 PM
> Has anyone tried adding Seafoam to their gasoline in a GPZ-1100? It is
> supposed to be really good for removing gummed up carbs, etc without
> damaging rubber seals and plastics. My GPZ seems to be running pretty
> well, but the idle is not as steady as I'd like it to be. Since the bike
> is 11 years old I'm sure there is a little bit of varnish and gunk in the
> carbs. What are your thoughts?
> -Jeff - automan25 at yahoo.com
> Jeffrey R. Markham
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