I have read posts here that highly recommend Sea Foam when people are having carburetor problems. My 2007 Wing runs great. I try to ride it every couple of weeks in winter to use up the gas. Should I had Sea Foam and use it as a fuel stablizer over winter? The reason I ask is that I rode a Kawasaki Voyager that had carbuetor problems (rough idle) but my mechanic who I trusted, warned me not to add any fuel cleaners to the gas because they were too harsh on the rubber fittings in motorcycle carburetors. Of course, my Wing does not have a carburetor, but I wonder if Sea Foam is really safe to use, especially considering my bike runs fine. Thanks.