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    Default Mighty Demon 825cfm

    Rare no longer made 825 Mighty Demon. Barely used by previous owner when new and put back in storage. Refreshed to factory specs with Demon brand kit put through.

    $750


    Mighty Demon dimensions for reference:
    750cfm: 1.400” venturi 1.688” throttle bore
    825cfm: 1.425” venturi 1.75” throttle bore
    850cfm: 1.562” venturi 1.75” throttle bore

    [img]https://i.ibb.co/r3KMyvS/8-F7-D0-CA1-1991-4-A4-A-8-E01-BCA447-AAE94-D.jpg[/img]

    [img]https://i.ibb.co/c13xC28/3-F0684-B2-64-D4-4-A09-9-DC2-7-C1578-DEE13-D.jpg[/img]

    [img]https://i.ibb.co/cTMTqLk/3988-EC82-B6-BF-4-DB8-97-A4-E53-C5-D618-A9-F.jpg[/img]

    [img]https://i.ibb.co/ZLMkDfz/CBD9-D614-722-A-4-B07-9-F38-70-C1-ED467495.jpg[/img]

    PM me if interested
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    Nice work, it has come up a treat

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    FYI.

    On another forum discussion came around to favorable venturi to throttle bore ratios. Mike laws of Bo Laws now known as BLP carburetors had chimed in. I asked him what the most favorable venturi to throttle bore ratio would be for me out of the various carbies I have below:

    1) 1.400”v x 1.69”t
    2) 1.425”v x 1.75”t
    3) 1.500”v x 1.75”t
    4) 1.562”v x 1.75”t
    5) 1.590”v x 1.75”t

    He replied his first choice would be #2 the 825cfm Demon.

    If you have a healthy street 383 this just might be the carby for you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BasicQ View Post
    Rare no longer made 825 Mighty Demon. Barely used by previous owner when new and put back in storage. Refreshed to factory specs with Demon brand kit put through.

    $750


    Mighty Demon dimensions for reference:
    750cfm: 1.400” venturi 1.688” throttle bore
    825cfm: 1.425” venturi 1.75” throttle bore
    850cfm: 1.562” venturi 1.75” throttle bore

    [img]https://i.ibb.co/r3KMyvS/8-F7-D0-CA1-1991-4-A4-A-8-E01-BCA447-AAE94-D.jpg[/img]

    [img]https://i.ibb.co/c13xC28/3-F0684-B2-64-D4-4-A09-9-DC2-7-C1578-DEE13-D.jpg[/img]

    [img]https://i.ibb.co/cTMTqLk/3988-EC82-B6-BF-4-DB8-97-A4-E53-C5-D618-A9-F.jpg[/img]

    [img]https://i.ibb.co/ZLMkDfz/CBD9-D614-722-A-4-B07-9-F38-70-C1-ED467495.jpg[/img]

    PM me if interested
    Price reduction

    $700

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    Now with adjustable emulsion and option of upper or lower idle feed restrictions.

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    Doubt there would be too many opting for the upper IFR choice, but then again... Good luck with sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH179 View Post
    Doubt there would be too many opting for the upper IFR choice, but then again... Good luck with sale.
    Agree. The upper is factory Demon placement, so I thought I would add the choice of lower.

    Changed from this

    [img]https://i.ibb.co/7tPP24w/20200417-110213.jpg[/img]

    To this

    [img]https://i.ibb.co/Y7zq85S/20200417-110221.jpg[/img]


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    Last edited by BasicQ; 14-04-2021 at 07:15 PM.

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