575 MIGHTY SPORTSMAN CARB
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Designed for weekend racers, Demon's Mighty Sportsman Oval Track carbs have special floats and secondary power valves specifically engineered for circle-track racing.
The interchangeable air bleeds and idle feed restrictors are ideal for fine-tuning at the track. Like all Demons, they also feature billet baseplates and metering blocks, free-flowing air entries, ridge-free concentric venturi bores and large-capacity fuel bowls with sight glasses.
- 575 CFM
- Mechanical Secondaries
- 283-390 Engine C.I.
- Up to 260 degrees cam duration at .050"
- Dual or Single Plane Intake
- Manual transmission or automatic with 3000+ RPM stall speed
- 18-20 degrees initial timing
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