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Garage Sale - Barry Grant Demon Traction Master Carburetors
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We have all seen the changes a track goes through from the heat races to the feature. You may be hooked up when it's tacky but when it goes dry slick you blow the tires off coming out of the corner. This carb is based off of the Race Demon and has all the normal features but this jewel has changeable secondary cams which allows you to change how aggressive the secondaries come in. Four sets of cams lets you set it from 1 to 1 to lazy. 


This is garage sale priced because it has been discontinued.



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