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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
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    I would hot soak it once a year in my scramble to get rid of carbon deposits and stop the spark knocking. I’d pour it into the carb slowly until the engine would stall. Let it soak for 10 minutes, then fire it up. It would smoke and steam like the house was on fire, but after letting it run for a bit, it was good for 5-7k miles.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    I would hot soak it once a year in my scramble to get rid of carbon deposits and stop the spark knocking. I’d pour it into the carb slowly until the engine would stall. Let it soak for 10 minutes, then fire it up. It would smoke and steam like the house was on fire, but after letting it run for a bit, it was good for 5-7k miles.


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    I would recommend letting it sit closer to an hour so that it can eat thru the carbon more. Gets a better soak that way
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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    Mine just turned 155.800 and does not burn that much.
    Hurry up and go knock on some wood. And don't hot soak with Seafoam. 😂

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