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Nobody has helped me. Do I need to change the oil if I am seafoaming only the top end? (dumping down the carb). Do I attempt to sieze the motor (pour in slowly for half the can then dump the rest in?)? What risks am I taking? Yes I have read but I want to make sure.
 

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no on oil change. i did it to my 78, down the vacuum line, trickle in slowly, keep the motor running, then shut it off before its all pulled in, let it sit, start up and smoke show
 

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no on oil change. i did it to my 78, down the vacuum line, trickle in slowly, keep the motor running, then shut it off before its all pulled in, let it sit, start up and smoke show
so shut it off before the can is empty, while you are still pouring it in?
 

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Vacuum line is best and most thorough.

I've used it for years on everything I've owned that burns fuel. It's great for small engines. If you're dumping down the carb just wait till the can is nearly empty then dump it all in at once. That will stall the engine and flood the carb.
 
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