Byron Dragstrip '96 Mustang GT vs '01 Mustang GT Both Bolt-on's
Bolt-on Mustangs drag race
at Byron, Illinois
1996 White Mustang GT
Convertible: Mods: BBK CAI, BBK throttle body/plenum, Pypes o/r x pipe,
Bama Tune from american muscle on sct xcal3, Saleen wheels
2001 Black Mustang GT:
Mods: FRPP 4.10's, SSS catback, intake inlet, lowering springs
Brian Zirbes: Camera man and passenger in Pluta's Mustang
GoPro and Sony Digital Camera
DIY Rx8 Seafoam Cleaning
MAKE SURE ANNOTATIONS ARE ON.
This is a DIY of me seafoaming my Rx8. This is being done on my 2004 with
98k miles. This is the second time I've cleaned my 8, the first being at
70k. I hope this is helpful! All the instructions are on the annotations.
To make sure everyone's clear, you inject each port twice in order to
relieve some of the strain from the starter. Should be roughly 4 oz per
port, 8 oz total. You can pour the rest in the tank to help clean up your
Sea foam engine cleaner in a Subaru WRX
A friend of mine asked me to tape him putting Sea Foam engine cleaner in
his 2004 Subaru WRX. I had to laugh because a neighbour walked over to ask
if he blew his turbo! Lot's of smoke
that's for sure!
seafoaming 2001 Mustang GT
Directions for using seafoam on a 4.6 Mustang. 120,000 with rough idle and
hesitation, did two treatments and ran great. If you use the brake Booster line it doesn't get everything. You
should be able to get the hose at an auto parts store. I got mine at home
depot for like 2$
Seafoam on my 96 Mustang GT
Let the stang sit over night after using the seafoam solution. Turned it on
the next day. Let me kno what you think PLS leave ur comments
1996 Ford Mustang GT Convertible located in our Louisville Ky Showroom
1996 Ford Mustang GT
Convertible for sale in our Louisville Ky Showroom. This Mustang is great looking example from
the mid 90's. This particular 1996 Ford Mustang GT Convertible is a two owner
car with just a little over 57000 actual miles. This 1996 Ford Mustang GT Convertible has the
following options: AM/FM Radio with Cassette/CD player, Cruise Control,
Lumbar Support, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Locks, Power Seats,
Power Windows, Anti-Lock Brakes, Tilt Steering Wheel, Traction Control,
Keyless Entry, Ride Control, Seat Belts, Drivers Airbag, Passenger Airbag,
Anti-Theft System, Leather Interior, Radial Tires, and Aluminum/Alloy
Wheels. This Mustang
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split second! Make sure you're ready for all the attention this car will
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How to Seafoam your vehicle (Also called Top Engine Clean)
This is a carbon deposit cleaner that when used can help eliminate the
carbon deposits that build up in the top end of your engine block. I
perform this about every 15,000 miles on my own vehicle.
Steps to seafoaming:
1. Bring your vehicle up to normal operation temperature
2. Separate seafoam canister into 3 equal parts (one will be for sucking
through a pvc line or brakeBooster
line, one for gas tank, and one for putting in the oil filler cap)
3. Locate the PVC valve that runs through the intake manifold, for this is
where you will initially suck 1/3 of the seafoam canister through.
(If PVC is non accessible then you can use your brake Booster line in the same manner.)
4. Once engine is at normal operational temperature, have another person
sit in the drive seat and bring the engine RPM up to around 1500.
5. Pull your PVC off (or brake Booster line) and start slowly sucking 1/3 of
the seafoam in through either of these locations. Be cautious & steady
handed, you don't want to stall the engine out.
6. Once you've sucked all of the 1/3 portion up turn the engine off &
replace pvc or brake Booster to its
7. Once engine is off, unscrew your Oil Filler cap & pour 1/3 of the
seafoam in as if it were oil.
8. Unscrew gas cap and put the remaining 1/3 seafoam in.
9. Leave the car alone for 15 minutes.
10. Come back to the car and start it up, let it idle for about 10-15
seconds and then BRING ENGINE RPMS TO A STEADY 2000-3000RPM for no more
than a couple minutes.
(major revving or fluctuation can knock carbon deposits loose so please
keep a steady foot)
11. Once this is complete, take your car for a 10-15 mile drive, while
doing so make sure to bring the engine through its total rev band spectrum
to make sure all the carbon deposits have been cleaned out.
12. Once the drive is complete, bring the car back home.
13. CHANGE YOUR OIL & FILTER & SPARKPLUGS WITH KNOWN GOOD OEM SPEC PARTS.
(The reasoning behind this is that the seafoam lowers the viscosity of your
oil, thus weakening its ability to control wear on your engines major
mating surfaces and your plugs get buggered up with carbon after this
tuneup due to the carbon coming loose during the tuneup.. So an Oil/Filter
change & Spark Plugs are a must after seafoaming is complete
14. Tune Up is complete!