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    Thanks all!!

    Seafoam and non ethanol fuel is a tw best friend....
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    Sometimes I feel like a Preacher but if a plan works just do it and pass it on to your friends!

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    That is a good year for the TW. It looks just like mine. I have to deal with ethanol. I put a little MMO in the gas and never have any issues.
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    Marvel Mystery Oil Ken?
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    I have a 91 that same color too, it is a great Year.
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    Yes, MMO, marvel mystery oil.
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    Just read this on MMO website -

    "Marvel Mystery Oil is not recommended for use in motorcycles with wet clutches."

    http://www.marvelmysteryoil.com/how-...ne-performance

    In the gas tank is ok, but not the engine oil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgaff View Post
    Just read this on MMO website -

    "Marvel Mystery Oil is not recommended for use in motorcycles with wet clutches."

    Motorcycle | Mystery Oil Motors

    In the gas tank is ok, but not the engine oil.

    I did not know that about the wet clutch part. I think I used it in my oil on the TW many many years ago once after reading about it here on the forum. I don't think it did anything good or bad. Now, I'll make sure not to use it in my TW engine oil.

    I have occasionally used it in my gas but not consistent if being consistent with it's use is best.
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