Street Demon Carburetors redefine street carburetors with clean looks and ease of use. They feature small primary throttle bores combined with proven triple-stack boosters offering a straightforward design while delivering stable idle, amazingly crisp throttle response, and smooth performance. The carburetors feature an integrated fuel bowl/main body design with the gasket above fuel level and have no plugged passages, eliminating all potential leak paths. These carburetors have optimized calibration and dual mounting patterns make them Run-Ready for a large variety of engines and vehicles! Features:
Whats the difference between the 1900 and the 1902
Will this bolt right on to my 72’ c10 and work or will I need to purchase other parts to hook it up? Thanks.
Will it fit on a 1968 Newport 383 with automatic transmission anything else needed
What do I need for a Ford AOD ?
Newbie question I have a 70s era TH400 transmission, bolted to a 1975 350 (5.7L) Chevrolet engine. Will the kickdown cable work correctly with this carburetor, if so does Jegs carry what is needed to modify the linkage?
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