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Setting up a Demon for blowthrough

Need any help ,tips,advise I have a 650 mighty demon for my latest blow through carb project and need help setting it up.


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is it a blow-through?

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and where the hell is ooltewah
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is it a blow-through?

No it will need to be converted (wich is what im asking about)

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In between chattanooga and cleveland

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i have a mighty demon 750 blow-through is why i am asking and there are alot of things different about them such as type of floats, pvcr, you would have to remove the choke horn it will have to be a mechanical secondary carb also. blow-throughs are kinda hard to tune also.
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i have a mighty demon 750 blow-through is why i am asking and there are alot of things different about them such as type of floats, pvcr, you would have to remove the choke horn it will have to be a mechanical secondary carb also. blow-throughs are kinda hard to tune also.

I have been looking at there new blow through carbs, I figured since i had this one it would be easier and cheaper to convert I used to have a link bookmarked that gave the run down of modifications but have seem to have lost it and cant find it via google or searching.

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you can go to www.turbomustangs.com and check out the blow-through section and you will find what you are looking for. and yes it will be cheaper but i dont know about easier.
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you can go to www.turbomustangs.com and check out the blow-through section and you will find what you are looking for. and yes it will be cheaper but i dont know about easier.

Thanks for the link. I hope this little project works out

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i spent 8 hours on a dyno to get mine right with a carb that was already set-up for blowthrough if that tells you anything

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i myself am going to a csu carb because im looking for a little more carb so if your interested i will be selling mine soon
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i spent 8 hours on a dyno to get mine right with a carb that was already set-up for blowthrough if that tells you anything
I figured id have to spend alot of tuning time on it.

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Do a search under my username on Turbomustangs.... I asked the same question about the blow through Demon carbs and everyone seems to say neigh. They all say to spend a little more money and getting a good built CSU carb. It's a $300+ difference between the two new, but everyone swears by the CSU units and I have heard NOTHING but positive raves about them.
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