Sea Foam for motorcycle winter storage fuel stabilizer [SOLVED]

Can I use Sea Foam Motor Treatment as a fuel stabilizer for winter storage for a motorcycle? What’s the recommended ratio? Is too much bad?

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Jim D.
Jim D.
11 months ago

Yes, Sea Foam Motor Treatment works great for treating fuel for storage. Add 1 ounce of Sea Foam per gallon of fuel in the tank.

As far as “too much,” you really can’t go wrong. Sea Foam Motor Treatment is made with 100% safe petroleum ingredients. The more you add to fuel, the better it cleans (as long as you don’t exceed a 50/50 ratio of Sea Foam to fuel (which is very excessive!)). For storage, 1 ounce per gallon will be fine, and a little extra won’t hurt anything.

If you want to clean out your fuel system, add a high concentration (8 ounces per gallon) to a gallon or two of fuel, and ride until almost empty before refueling. That will do a great job cleaning.

Lastly, here’s a quick video on storing a motorcycle with Sea Foam: