Under what conditions do Carb. Air Bleeds need resizing ?

On my Mighty Demon 800 carb, ive got 2 sets of idle air bleeds and 2 sets of high speed air bleeds. Im wondering under what conditions the air bleeds need changing ? What would be the indicators that the idle
air bleeds need enlargening , and, same for the high speed air bleeds ? Thanks. I cant find too much info on this issue by googling.
Dave
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It just like a Holley. There is a lot of info on the web about them. What is the Demon on?
Al
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'What is the Demon on? Al'
REPLY: Its on my 1970 vette, 468 cid , Edelbrock Alum Oval Port Heads, Air Gap Dual Plane Intake.
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http://www.moparmusclemagazine.com/tipstricks/mopp_0504_tune/index.html
http://tinyurl.com/3a5c4m
Have you read about the new Barry Grant "BAD MAN" Carb? Frikkin Awsome!
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