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.
3 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!