Originally Posted by birddseedd
as much as i enjoy political discussions i do not think i know enough about the subject to know if its justified.
but if the problem is simply gumming up of the carb. wouldnt it be better to just use a cleaner once a month or clean the carb every few years vs doing this with all your gas. this this much more time, thus much more money.
If the only problem was "gumming up of the carb" a dose or two of sea foam would do the trick. The white slime on screens in carbs, the erosion of carb bodies to the point of leaking, the hardening of diaphragms isn't cured by any of the "miracle in a bottle" cures. Trust me, I've tried. Posted both here and elsewhere my experience. I'm not condemning anyone for trying any of the products out there. But there is a LOT of bad advice and misuse of products.
I just want good quality pure gasoline. So far, this is the easiest, most economical means to that end. If it took a bunch of time, it wouldn't be practical. It doesn't. In my test phase, it takes about 10 minutes. Should scale up to 50 gallons in about the same. Not a deal breaker for me.
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