Using Sea Foam Motor Treatment in a Suzuki motorcycle [SOLVED]

I’ve used Sea Foam in many of my cars as an oil cleaner. My question is for my 2014 Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle. Specs are 1340cc, 4 cylinder, 4 stroke, DOHC, 4 quart engine oil capacity. I was wondering if Sea Foam is wet clutch safe before I add it to my crankcase? I would rather not have to change my brand new clutch plates out prematurely.  If wet clutch safe, how much do you recommend that I add to my 4 quart oil change. Thanks for your time! Happy New Year!

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Jim D.
Jim D.
2 years ago

Thanks for the question Al. Sea Foam is always safe to use in a wet clutch oil system. Keep in mind that Sea Foam is made from petroleum oils, so you’re adding petroleum oil to petroleum oil. For adding to oil, use 4 to 6 ounces and allow enough time for Sea Foam to work in the crankcase before replacing the oil.  We recommend at least 100 miles of riding with Sea Foam in the oil crankcase. And happy new year to you, too!