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Demon 1948 Street Demon Primary Metering Jet, 0.087 Inch
Demon 1948 Street Demon Primary Metering Jet, 0.087 Inch

Demon 1948 Street Demon Primary Metering Jet, 0.087 Inch

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Demon 1948 Street Demon Primary Metering Jet, 0.087 Inch
Demon 1948 Street Demon Primary Metering Jet, 0.087 Inch
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Primary standard main jet , .087" jet size. For use with Street Demon® carburetors.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • After installing the intake manifold and carbs on his 8BA, Heath P. continues on to the fuel and throttle setup. See how he mounts each part while making modifications to complete the install.
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  • In this Tech Tip, John offers up a couple solutions to a somewhat common problem of fuel expansion on the older vehicles.

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