tanya bolton: The white smoke is from the water content in the can, it works like a steam
cleaning. To get the idea, whenever you drive in heavy rain your engine
seems to run better, that is the humidity being sucked into the combustion
BLUESTAR: lol...wtf ? haaaaaaa very funny ..
Robert Cowan: I'm pretty sure those had throttle body fuel injection, not a carb...
manny6584: my lawnmower did that when i poured to much mmo in it.
Andy Amodio: Using oil to clean carbon? Hmm sounds like a oxymoron.
See J: Look at all the horsepower
See J: Sweet ride dude
Jason Ander: What's the difference between this and Sea Foam?
John fromSpace: Dont forget to recycle, buy energy efficient light bulbs and water your
lawn after 7pm =P
Israel Mora: @oohitslong what rubber seals? spark plugs wont foul out that fast and as
for the cat learn about how it works.
Pre5tig3: I just seafoamed my ciera the other day runs much better now. And was going
to do my cousins SHO but didnt have enough time before he had to go to work.
jeff sealy: ok i really app your help hopefully it wont mess my car up lol but ive seen
vids were ur car smokes really bad untill u burn it off and people say it
works so hopefully it does tnx again:)
minorot: That white smoke is not from MMO. It's a blown head gasket. MMO doesn't
cause those kinds of problems unless you put gallons of it in your tank.
John fromSpace: Jeremy Clarkson is that you! ZEDR1 Rules!
John fromSpace: @sluggo06 Did your engine sieze up? Theres a small chance if yoy pull the
spark plugs off your engine and pour a little mmo in each spark plug hole
you can maybe unsieze the engine.
jmoyet: ok. im going to do it a week or so before the next oil change.
Marine052191: Goddamn I miss that geo... I have a Fird Ranger XLT V6, meh... I once
wanted to remember driving my older bros Geo nick named it (The GoKart) so,
I jacked his Nissan Sentra lol, he didn't have a car for days, although I
left him my Ranger. I swear I saved like atleast 100+ on gas with that
John fromSpace: Seafoam or Marvel mystery oil dissolves the gunk. I've soaked dirty oily
bolts in seafoam and a lot of gunk does come off without scrubbing when I
do do that, so maybe the longer you let it soak up in your engine the
better? Just for reference when I first got this Metro I was getting 25 mpg
Since then I did the top engine clean, new distributor, wires and air
filter and now I'm averaging 38 MPG. I wonder how much the cleaning
fomocoboy: there is no cheap way to add horsepower without coating the the bores in
teflon witch prematrulely wears them out so at rebulid time you have to buy
a new block.
niggerpleasenojitsu: Actually, it's not too big of a deal. It's just carbon, and carbon isnt a
gas, and cant really harm the ozone layer, it'll smog up stuff, but for
what he's doing, it's not permanent and will all be on the ground or
whatever. Also, this is cleaning his engine, if he's only getting
20something mpg, then he's polluting a lot more while actually driving it.
So stop being an enviromentalist asshole.
FEGTTTSDH: poor ozone u.u
CougarandDrummin: so you can use this just like seafoam basically?
John fromSpace: @1001Hobbies My butt dyno doesnt work well. Even on my other cars I don't
notice a difference when I mod them because it's all placebo. The only mod
that my butt dyno feels is Supercharger pulley drops.
John fromSpace: @nathanlorimer Thats the plan
John fromSpace: The Metro is running great I just want to add something unique and Japanese
(even though the Metro is a Suzuki Swift)with my Turbo Diesel V8 Truck and
my supercharged v6 Buick. The 8000 RPM redline of the GSR is cool and its
something different to what I'm used too. I figure now is the time to sell
while my Metro is still running great and gas prices are high you know?
Just waiting to see If I get a promotion at work before I pull the trigger
and sell it.
ninethourpm: Wanna know where all that gunk from your engine went? I bet your cats are
John fromSpace: Okay
jmoyet: having problems with the Metro?
garrett6699: Was that Ludacris/Saturday playin in that white sequoia that drove by at
John fromSpace: I think someone wrote a book called "All Metros are Red or Blue" =P
John fromSpace: What kind of cars did you use it on besides your Plymouth? How many miles
did you get out of your cars? A lot of people say MMO is like chicken soup,
doesnt help or hurt but I personally put 1 quart of it (2 in the diesel) in
each of my cars in addition to the oil. I dont know its its helping but a
lot of the old school mechanics get hundreds of thousands of miles out of
John fromSpace: @FEGTTTSDH You'll thank me when people are able to grow Oranges in Alaska =)
Marine052191: My bro had a geo, four door sedan. That car would have lasted, but a
dumbass rearended us... We had some good times, especially when we pushed
the "Turbo button" (AC off) Go little car! Go!!!! Lol, that's a great car,
should last you forever.
John fromSpace: Not at all, working class neighborhood =) The house in front of me just
happens to be the biggest one thats all =P Notice its just a Scion in the
Driveway. 20 people live there I think they all just chip in for rent and
they all drive economy cars so no AMG BenZ's or anything like that =)
John fromSpace: sure is
John fromSpace: @myoutdoorworld I have a Chevy
John fromSpace: @ninethourpm You're probably right
clinton fisher: If you say so mike. But as long as the strong live in the weak die I will
always be higher on the food chain then you
QuantumCarl: The earth system doesn't care what we do. It's going to freak us up anyways.
adam hoier: Thinking I may try this on my 88 Dodge Aries :) It needs a clean
up.....right now, I got some Regane in the tank, and it's leaving BLACK
soot at the end of my drive way from the exhaust :P As if something's
trying to "break free".....tank before that I had Seafoam in the tank, with
the same affects....thinking a top end clean is in order. Just dump it down
the air cleaner/carb? :)
John fromSpace: I put in 1/4 of the bottle. Post a video of the smoke show =)
bob10marley: lol @ schoolbus
jose f: Your killing the ozone dude !
jackazle: it's carbon monoxide that cars put out. not carbon dioxide, that's what we
exhale and plants inhale.
John fromSpace: Right on man!
krankiev: refrigerant breaks down the ozone layer, not CO2 emissions. stay in school.
xargos: I see people here have been brainwashed into believing that global warming
has nothing to do with humans. Listening to the "think tanks" put together
by the oil companies. Sad, sad, sad.
starbucksmunky: Global warming also turned out to be a huge scam. And carbon isn't doing
anything to the enviroment.
jr540123: Got the same effect running a lawnmower engine straight off the stuff one
day out of boredom, it seemed to help out, also geo metros are fuel
mmxzero101: I have an old 94 camry that needs an oil change. I burn a quart every 2-3
weeks so I basically do an oil change every 3 months. Is my logic flawed?
Also, i bought this stuff recently, I haven't tried it yet.. So I'll need
an oil change soon after using it? PS. I do change out the oil every 3-5
months. Since I don't drive it much anymore.