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Old 10-13-2004, 11:44 PM
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Demon Marine carb. help

I have a Demon carb. that I was going to sell to a guy for his race s10 but he gave it back saying he was told it was a marine carb. The guy said it was a 650 but I dont see any numbers except on the butterflys. The deal is it looks brand new and I need a good carb for my 350 Chevy truck ! If I can in some way make it work I can save a couple hundred bucks from buying a new carb. Im not going racing I just need to get my truck going, is there a way this carb. can be made use of?

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Old 10-14-2004, 06:54 AM
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Demon Carburetor

If you go to our website www.barrygrant.com there is a section under Demon carburetors that goes through the identification markings to determine what carburetor you have. Once we know that you can e-mail our tech department with that, and the specs on your engine to determine if it's going to work properly for you or not.
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Old 10-19-2004, 10:18 PM
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I may be wrong here, but I believe there ar only a couple minor differences between an auto and marine carb. I know marine carbs use J tube vents. I also know that they have to withstand rigorous leak tests... If you still have this carb and you are looking ot sell, let me know.
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Old 10-19-2004, 11:16 PM
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Monster; I think you may be right; I just need a carb to get one of my trucks going ; not to race or anything. I was told it was a 650 and its vacuum secondary; but it looks bigger. I couldnt find any numbers except under the butterflies . It does have the j tubes, is shiny smooth aluminum, has clear sight plugs and looks alot better made than a Holley. It could be a 650 it just looks larger. It looks brand new or else it was barely used and I cant tell and I smell no gas! You know your welcome to it but that still would leave me carburetor-less . Ill see if I can locate some numbers on it. Thanks guys for the info
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