street demon test and review part 1
just bought the new demon carberators street demon 625 cfm.. lets see the
beast in action...
carb was bought to replace a edelbrock 600 cfm model 1406 ( entirely too
lean for this motor.. nice for a stocker though) and the edelbrock was a
replacement for a summit racing 600cfm holley clone.
both of these carbs were just too lean and had a caused car to stall when
accelerating from roll or dead stop. Yes the demon fixed it...and then
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New Engine Installed - Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 7 - 357 V8 Street Demon Carb
This is part 7 of our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series. We are in
the process of switching from a 305 TPI to a 357 Carbed engine. Since the
last video, we have managed to get the new engine dropped into the car.
It's fully mounted to the trans and we even installed the carb. We're
running the new 625 cfm Street Demon carb on it, because we preferred some
of it's design features. By the next video, we should have the headers and
Exhaust installed and maybe have the
fuel system set up. I hope you find these vids interesting....thanks for
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Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
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Almost Done - Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 10 357 V8 Street Demon Carb
This is Part 10 of our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series. We've
been swapping in a carbed 357 small block in place of the original 305 TPI.
Since the last video, we installed the distributor, plugs, and wires. We
also plumbed in the temporary fuel setup with a Mallory 4309 Regulator.
Then, I painted the factory valve covers and tightened up the belts. We
only have a few more things to get done before we can fire this engine up
for the first time. I hope you find the videos interesting...thanks for
It's Alive !!! Trans Am Engine Swap Part 12 - 357 V8 Street Demon Carb 1987 Pontiac TA
The Trans Am is finally running again. The engine is sounding really nice.
Just have a few more things to button up before we can take a little test
drive. The main thing holding us back at the moment is the Throttle Valve
Cable for the trans. I need to get it properly set up before we can drive
it. It feels good just to hear it run well though. Thanks for watching
along, we appreciate it. There will still be many more videos to come in
this engine swap series, as well as more vids on restoring/modifying the
Trans Am in other ways.
street demon test and review part 2
continued from part 1
takes only 17 mins, including going to other car to grab tools and sockets
for the swap. see following vids for test drives.
Trans Am Engine Swap - Test Drive with Hood Installed - Cruising at Night
Jordan and I finally have the hood back on the Trans Am. As I explain in
the video, we had to use a thinner air filter for the moment, so the the
factory hood would fit. We plan to add either a Ram Air or a cowl
induction hood at some point. For now, we just wanted to get it back on
the road so we can get some break-in miles on it. In the days ahead, we'll
be making many more changes to the car. We are going to redo the fuel
lines with braided line, maybe install a different throttle cable bracket,
add a valve cover breather and a PCV valve, put on a new dashpad, etc...
There's still tons to do. Thanks for watching along, we appreciate it!
Just a little clean of the Demon Carb. Pontiac 455 CID
street demon test and review part 4
yes the tip in had minor stumble, but this was expected as an out of the
box no adjustment drop on install. As i said in the video, i moved the pump
rod up one notch and jesus christ does it go hard now!
sounds eerily similar to the old rochester quadrajets from my old days..
va...VOOOOOOOOMMM! ( split second of silence as the secondaries puke fuel
into motor when the drop open, then hold on and keep it straight...:D)
Demon Carburetors - Back at Summit Racing! Summit Racing Quick Flicks
Demon Carburetor is back at Summit Racing! The Road Demon is suggested for
a V6 or V8 engine, producing 350 HP or less. The Road carb is available in
two sizes, 625 CFM and 725 CFM. Next, we have the Speed Demon which is
available in three different sizes; 650 CFM, 750 CFM and 850 CFM. The Speed
demon is ideal for both street and strip applications. Finally, the Mighty
Demon, which is best for race applications. The Mighty Demon carb is
available in two sizes as well, 750 CFM and 850 CFM. For more information
and pricing details, click here:
How To Adjust The Idle Mixture Screws On Holley Carburetors
Tips on adjusting the idle mixture on Holley carburetors, using a simple
vacuum gauge. Proper idle mixture adjustments can prevent bogging,
hesitation, rough idle, backfire, stalling and hard starting. Additional
information can be found on Holley's Blog:
68 Chevelle 427 625+hp
**better shifting in the new video with new linkage!
427 Big block chevy with a 4 speed muncie. 28/12.5 M/T street e.t. 4:88
gears with spool and strange axels. Barry Grant race demon carb. Roller
motor. 625+ hp Questions? Ask em'!
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Carburetor Idle Adjustment - Summit Racing Quick Flicks
Holley Carburetor not Idling smoothly? Norm walks you through the basics of
how to tune your Holley Carb for a smooth idle by completely discussing the
idle circuit. From curb idle screw to the idle mixture screws, Norm covers
it all. Be sure to watch our other Summit Racing Quick Flicks on
Carburetor Tuning: Inlet Circuit Tuning