Go, Jay! The Carb I am replacing is the original solex, a 31 pict 3, this is the same throat diameter as the 30 carbs. Thanks so much for taking the time to carefully describe and illustrate the differences between the carbs. A few of them are the IDF's compatibility with many engines, engine compartments and air filter assemblies, its nearly flood-proof float design, a vacuum advance port, four progression holes for smooth light-accelerator response and its excellent parts availability. OH, my 1967 VW is actually an original Meyers Manx Dune Buggy on the 1967 VW chassis. The VW 105-1 Air Correction Jet would be 125z. Only 6 left in stock - order soon. Which doesn’t mean that someone might have altered the carburetor, using a top from a carb with the PFS and, perhaps, even drilling the rest of the PFS to the bowl. Jeff, so you can put a 1967 pic 30 pict on 1966 bug ?but not vise a versa ? Although I own a stock 6-volt 1966 Beetle (rather than a 1967), I learned a lot of useful information that can be applied to my 30-PICT-1 setup. From 1961 to 1974, Volkswagen used six different Solex carburetors. Pierburg bushings are made of soft aluminum, so they can wear out in fewer than three years. I cannot say why someone sold you a “small” choke heater. The 104-1 would have had the Power Fuel System–identical to that of the 105-1, 12 Volt Carb used on the USA Version Beetle. Mark…why don’t you use the 31 Pict-3 carb? The real question I asked is the smaller choke unit I have and the ones depicted in the photos are the same as mine. There is more to the Power Fuel Supply system than just that tube. Also, is 1967beetle.com a site that one can join? This is incorrect! We never have seen a 31 Pict-3 carburetor here–only the 30 Pict 1, 2 and 3s. There were 1300cc and 1200cc ’67 Beetles as well. 1974 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE Idle Stop Solenoid Fuel Shutoff Solenoid H4-1584cc 1.6L 1 BBL Vin AH 1 per Vehicle 1974 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE Idle Stop Solenoid Fuel Shutoff Solenoid H4-1584cc 1.6L CARB Vin AK 1 per Vehicle 1973 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE Idle Stop Solenoid Fuel Shutoff Solenoid H4-1584cc 1.6L 1 BBL Vin AH 1 per Vehicle 1966 VW Beetle. ). I cannot comment on their functions as compared with the 30 Pict-1 carbs. The carb is marked Solex 30 Pict on the side of the float bowl. Thanks, Jay, for all the details and to Neva for the great pictures. If it is the correct one for the ’67 Beetle, it will read VW 105-1. Looking for more cars? The clutch feels good and the transmission shifts out good. FREE Shipping. Then came the 30PICT/2 in 1968/1969 for the 1300/1500cc engines and the 30PICT/3 for the US-only 1970 1600cc single-port engine. Get it as soon as Thu, Jun 4. If it still is 6 volted, good. It had a 125 Main Jet with an Air Correction Jet size of 125z. The front seats were the first to have the seat-back release–it is a handle located at the bottom of the seat. Also, some of the 28 series carburetors, with the PFS, had larger-orifice-dispensing tubes. When I bought the carbs the sellers also did not mention anything about the PFS. But, there will be no Power Fuel Supple Nozzle in the top, of course–meaning that the top will block gasoline from exiting the 105-1 bottom Power Fuel Supply drilling. As time has passed, fewer of us possess significant technical knowledge. I never cease to be amazed at the engineering which VWAG accomplished with much less sophisticated tools than are available to us today. They tell me the smaller one is a 6 volt which they don’t make anymore. The drilling in the ’67 version (right) matches its dispensing tube. This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by Volkswagen AG or Volkswagen of America, Inc. ’67 Beetle License Plate Bracket (Update), VW 47-1 with the early style throttle return spring, VW 75-1 with the late style throttle return spring, VW 83-1 with the late style throttle return spring. People switch parts on these puppies all the time. It probably is most suited to this engine–jetting, etc.–since apparently it was designed for this engine. Aircooled.Net, Inc. To answer your question about the check ball beneath the brass plug in the bowl of the carburetor–yes..that ball is essential. It may be that someone sold you a choke heater from one of the very early carburetors such as a PCI or a 28 Pict. Thanks. I traded a rough 1952 CJ-3A for it in January of 1975. Carburetor for VW Beetle 30/31 PICT-3 Engine 113129029A 027H117510E Single Port Manifold Automatic Choke Carb … I doubt that you will find such a drilling. Let’s us know–e-message Eric Shoemaker @: eric@1967beetle.com for information. I thoroughly enjoyed your article and precise style of writing! 640867 Are there still choke units available for this carb and if so where can I get one. I enjoyed working through this issue. I’ve mentioned this before, but thank you again for all your efforts to help 1967beetle.com grow. 1972 vw beetle idle stop solenoid h4-1584cc 1.6l carb vin ah 1972 vw beetle idle stop solenoid h4-1584cc 1.6l 1 bbl vin ae 1971 vw beetle idle stop solenoid h4-1584cc 1.6l 1 bbl vin ae vw volkswagen dasher idle stop solenoid 1974 1975 1976 vw dasher l4-1588cc 1.6l f/i vin yg BTW–check for identifying markings on the Gasoline Container. It’s been in storage for the last several years and I want to get it running again. I have to see exactly what carb I’m running. Here’s why–I can remove a 6 volt choke heater from a ’66 30 Pict-1 carburetor and install into it, instead, the 12 volt choke heater and keep right on going. Wow great write up! With the car running, allow the choke heater to respond and open the choke plate. Illustration #6 shows the driver’s side of the bottom halves of both versions. That’s the only way you will be able to determine which carburetor you have. In other words…do not set the choke so tight that it is slammed shut. LOL Happily for us today, we enjoy the fruits of thousands (millions?) Check an Ignition Coil on an Aircooled Volkswagen Beetle. We aim to become the largest aircooled community in Europe. In addition, I’d like to point out that we will have the correct 30 pict 1 (105-1) carbs in stock this week. With no check ball on the 30 series, no check ball was needed. Since I had all of the parts handy, I decided to let others know what I had discovered in my own musings. But, I’ll await your responses to my questions here before I do that. We accept: COMPANY INFO . The carb tops are not marked to match the bottom halves. Needa replacement carbureter without modifications. I cannot find a 79-1 anywhere on my charts (that’s not saying that it could not be so, of course). Hi Jay, jay. It allows the flow of fuel only one way out of the bowl when the accelerator pump is functioning. Hello, Mark…I understand now. 12 volt choke heaters are available used (see http://www.thesamba.com) and new…see any number of Online retailers. Tim Robson. Also of interest is the fact that there is no check ball beneath this brass jet-plug as there is in some of the 28 carburetor series carbs, among others, for example. People are allowed to discuss aircooled topics, sell products and share information in a respectful way for everyone and all the cultural differences … This is fantastic information. Vehicles with Similar Dimensions 1962 Volkswagen Beetle 1200 Illustration #8 shows that the horizontal casting in the ’67 version (driver’s side) has been drilled, then plugged. VW Beetle 34 PICT-3 Carburetor Solex Replica Carb Fuel 1300 - 1600 T1 T2 Bus (Fits: VW Beetle 1972) 2.5 out of 5 stars (2) 2 product ratings - VW Beetle 34 PICT-3 Carburetor Solex Replica Carb Fuel 1300 - … It will make a much larger study for someone who tackles all of that. My chart shows that the 83-1 did not have the PFS. VW engine build and tune. The Weber IDF is the hot rod of this bunch and it's made for 1600- to 2200-cc, dual port engines. The 28 series of carburetors also has that feature. There may not be a car as recognizable as the Volkswagen Beetle. 1970 • Carburetor Kit for Volkswagen Super Beetle. You don’t want to wait for 5 minutes for it to open. I want to buy a new carb, as the one I have is the original. I have a mystery on my hands and am at a complete loss. The 30PICT Carburetor can be used as a replacement but has a slip on fuel inlet and a 12 volt choke. Free In-Store or … Keep enjoying your ’67 Beetle! If your classic Volkswagen is underpowered and sluggish, a good replacement carburetor will give it a new lease on life. 10% OFF $75. Hey I loved the article and as a newbe to VW carbs I already learned a bunch. A carburetor regulates the fuel/air mixture in your engine, so it has everything to do with how well it runs. £16.75. jay, I recently acquired my very first VW Bug. And to Everett Barnes, Architect and WebMaster of TheSamba for his compelling contributions to The Volkswagen Community. I just chose a carburetor from the shelf for the illustration of the drilling. My neighbor has been into the VW scene here in So. VW engines are notoriously under carbureted by nature of the original design. Superb carbs with the range of high quality carburettors, manifolds and rebuild kits for the Volkswagen T1 Beetle at JK. Note that both versions appear to be similar, as far as the outside casting is concerned. He is a Solex Specialist. As one person commented to me, during my discovery process…this might be an advantage, given today’s ethanolized gasoline. Then, drill from the rim of the throat into that casting from the top. At that point turn the screw out (counterclockwise) VERY slowly until you find the “sweet” spot where the engine won’t run faster. My pic 30 saids vw-75 on the flange. Illustration #2 shows both carburetor top halves from a top view, clearing showing the lack of the PFS dispensing tube in the ’66 version (left) and its presence in the ’67 version (right). of hours of experiments by those German engineers. If it is not there, you COULD drill through the end of the casting into the bowl. The VW 83-1 Carburetor was an unusual carburetor (from my perspective). ’65). Thanks for coming back to me, you’re right, I’m in the UK so a non US vehicle. The carburetor on a standard VW Beetle engine is located almost directly in the center of the visible part of the engine when the deck lid is opened. If you have a 1971 or newer dual port engine, the Pierburg 34PICT/3 is a good replacement carb. Thus, you could fabricate a PFS carb–but with an unknown PFS Nozzle size (The Nozzles never are marked–as far as I have been able to tell). Regards, There are two numbers on my carburetor. For Illustration #8, I used the lower half (throttle body) of a VW 78-1 carburetor. Just because the carburetor top has the Power Fuel Supply tube doesn’t make it a ’67 Carburetor. Hang onto that, my Friend! Another symptom is that the is a miss in the engine, not sure if the two are related or need to time it and then check on the idle. You mention buying a new carb. This was unclear in your original message. Hello, Mark…First let’s talk a minute about your carburetor. The check ball prevents back-flow (which would be detrimental, of course). After being told it was a ‘euro’,I tried to find the original documentation and get the history from the previous owner. Don’t screw it hard–just so that it seats. Haven’t found one. The accelerator pump is pulling fuel from the bowl. As to your question: your combination will operate. Hello Jay, It was a different marketplace in Europe and elsewhere. Lots of info, I learned something I didn’t know. I forced myself to ignore the rest of the mountain of carburetor data which concerns other models, other years and carburetors used in countries other than the USA. The chart which I use does not indicate 6 volt or 12 volt. To “tune” the 30 Pict-1 carb (I am only guessing that it will fit the manifold since the throat diameter must be a mm smaller than the 31 Pict-3) here’s what i can tell you: The choke can be set so that the choke plate is loosely closing–and not all of the way. Eric … it would be nice if there was a “print” option for articles like this. © Lane Russell LLC - 1967beetle.com. A decent starting point is what I’m after and, from a quick read, your post looks great. Hello again, Russ—Yes…this does sound exciting. It has the Power Fuel System and is a 30 Pict-1 from a VW other than a Beetle. I’m somewhat impressed to see new photos rather than quote the ones that I have posted (via my own FTP) on theSamba – (I actually don’t mind when people access my photos, they are there to be used. It’s function, also, is to prevent back-flow. My question is can I still get a new choke unit for this carb. $125.99 $ 125. Any residual gasoline simply would flow back into the bowl and would have no effect upon performance. The Factory Pilot Jet would have been g60. Besides the engines (1300-1500) and carbs was there any other significant differences between the 66 and the 67 beetle? Keep up the good work. If you like puzzles–you’ve come to the right place! His son was the one who sold us the car. The new bushings will be bored to match the steel shaft. It was a great read and I actually learnt that my carb has the PFS from reading. In so doing, I had to register it as a “1975 Reconstructed Vehicle”. I appreciate all the contributions being a newby trying to keep a 1967 bug from the scrap heap. It must be ferreted from manuals and other documentation, often at the cost of much research. Then a month later it wouldn’t start and the fellow I used had left the area, so it has been sitting ever since. The body looks good. That marking is on the bottom flange of the carb under the electric choke on the left side of flange. Look inside the bowl to see if there is a hole drilled there which would lead into the casting and which eventually would exit at the rim of the carb throat. My wife, Neva, and I have been driving and working on VWs since 1976. Hello, Andy! Set the 34Pict/3 Carburetor on an Aircooled Volkswagen (Vw) Beetle. 26 watching. So, It appears to be a 1966 carb. He was sorting thru his Haflinger parts and came across a cool old plastic gas can that fits in the spare tire and a 30 pict 1 carburetor. If so what is the part number, and where can I find it. Gary HAS commented on how demanding I am. What is the reason for applying the 83-1 top to the 105-1 throttle body? Carburetor For VW Beetle 34 PICT-3 113 129 031 K w/ Hardware Volkswagen T1 T2 (Fits: VW Beetle) £42.60. You can expect to wait for a good number of months for the documents. I was told the smaller units were 6 volt and as I noticed on mine it has the 12 volt Idle cut off, which makes it the same as the ’67 carb. I also took it to a VW show here in Garden Grove, CA last week and one of the bug ‘gurus’ came and took a look and also said it was a ‘euro’, and also mentioned that because it has a sunroof and a 1500 motor it was pretty rare, and “don’t leave it in your driveway overnight”. Russ. The ’66 carb isn’t a “6 volt carburetor” per se. jay, Jay, The script on the decklid only says ‘Volkswagen’ The ’65 Beetle came with the 28 Pict-1 carburetor. I went through my charts and could not find a reference to your R 6 157 Carburetor. Additional thanks to several who made contributions to: I just trust Ed Fall At Vintage Werks to keep me going. If you want to do that, we can steer you in the right direction. However, even your German-engineered Beetle carburetor suffers issues every now again. I didn’t think there was anything there as the dirt was light and completely smooth. My apologies for not showing the VW 105-1….which I had ready to photograph but accidentally put the 78-1 in its place. There are questions enough to go around when one gets into Volkswagens. Thanks in advance! I could make it a PDF download. Let’s see if we can unearth the relevant information. It has the 1300 CC engine with a new Empi Carb nad runs good. How to adjust your air-cooled Volkswagen carburetors. We think today that nothing can be done without computers! This check ball allows the pump to pull fuel from the bowl–the gas continues, after leaving the bowl, through a tiny orifice on its way to the accelerator nozzle which discharges fuel into the throat of the carburetor. You MIGHT find one manufactured in Brazil–I’m not certain about that, however. Replace an Ignition Coil on an Aircooled Vw (Volkswagen) Beetle. Jay- how do we add a photo or picture to our comments? Now there is a quality guy with a ton of integrity. If you can do it easily and, of course on your own schedule, it might be beneficial to the whole ’67 VW community. You can find my master chart here, in MSWORD DOC format: http://members.trainorders.com/android/temp/CarbBaseFlangeNumbersA.doc. I hope that this helps. Thank you Jay for the time and knowledge! Now, scroll downwards–looking on the right hand side. I don’t advise doing that. Of course, Volkswagen trained and certified specialists knew of all of these differences and didn’t switch carburetors from one car to another unwittingly. Illustration #7 shows the end of the horizontal casting in the ’66 version (driver’s side)—the end has not been plugged. Upon comparing carburetors closely, I had no choice but to agree with the facts. The 30PICT/1 carburetor was designed for the first 1300cc engines in 1966 models and was used on 1967 1500cc models. 4.5 out of 5 stars 29. • Carburetor Kit for Volkswagen Type I Beetle. I continue to learn! VW Carbs tuned and dived in! My VW mechanic, at the time, was obliging, telling me some tricks of the trade. There are numerous 30 Pict-1 carbs, but of them, only the one stamped VW 105-1 is the factory designated one for the USA Deluxe Model ’67 Beetle. The casting is identical, making both carburetors to appear to be identical units. Made in Brazil, it has an accelerator pump linkage that rubs against the alternator, so you have to grind down the alternator casing to get this carb to fit. SKU # 94150. Brazilian Solex uses the name “Brosol”, instead. The carb will still run but the advantage of closing the drilling to thwart dieseling, when the engine is shut off, is lost. Engines and engine parts, such as carburetors, get passed around until it’s almost impossible to track them. jay, Hello, i am Mark and i am from Belgium. I understand a little better the reason for your questions. This is because, although the casting is present in the ’66 version, it is not drilled through to the bowl—the source of the fuel to be dispensed. Is there a VW1500 script on the decklid? However, the purist in me kept my mouth shut. FREE Shipping by Amazon. Russ, Hello, Russ…I have several questions about your car. Jay, The Engine I have is a 1973 Twin-port 1300 AB code engine. Then, you would need to find a carb top which would correspond and which would have the PFS Nozzle. Also, the 28-series carbs usually have a larger “jet” in the power fuel system than the 30 series – when used with the check ball in the carb body, its delivery was limited somewhat. On the twin port engines, it has to be used with a 30/34 adaptor, since the twin port manifold has a … jay. It continued in service into 1967 on the 1500 engine but was replaced in 1968 with the 30 PICT-2 which was the first carburetor to … Apparently due to lack of replacements (or for other reasons, perhaps) many users of the ’66 carbs will install instead a brass jet where the valve should have been. Jay really did a great job with this one. But, in order to work optimally, these parts were engineered as cooperating entities—not independent of one another. Since the main, idle, air correction and accelerator pump jets are interchangeable, as are as the emulsion tubes and venturis, these carbs can be fine tuned to your engine. Contrast the Main Jet of the VW 105-1 for the ’67 Beetle which would be120. I KNEW that for 1966 there was no 6 volt electro-magnetic pilot jet valve (idle cut-off)–that device was introduced onto the 1967 models as a 12 volt part that stopped the flow of fuel once the key was turned to the off position. Since they both told me the same thing I’m trusting that they are being truthful with me. Why, I cannot say. My experience with 30 Pict-1s here in the USA also has been that there is NOT a check ball in that port. This is a test. That’s a complicated discussion for some other venue. Most stuff prob. Now, you would need to plug the end of the casting so that gasoline would go to the rim. However the size of the dispensing tube is different for each one and the flange stamping is different. One other thing I must tell you. Free postage. Be sure that the wire to the choke element is securely fastened. FILTER RESULTS. That really adds to the value. Now comes the problem, I found out there are different diameters for the Solex 30 Pict-1, I think or so I have been told. I even argued the point. Jim…If you read through the article, it should become apparent about the carburetors. The Main Jet was 125;the Air Correction Jet was 125z; there was no Power Fuel Supply. Now compare the 83-1 with the VW 105-1 which was for the Beetle from 8/66 with a Main Jet of 120, an Air Correction Jet of 125z and with the Power Fuel Supply drilling and a Dispensing Nozzle of 0.50 w/o a check ball. So…if you are not interested in a numbers-matching engine compartment but want to take advantage of perhaps a little extra boost, leave your non-’67 Beetle 30 Pict-1 where it sits on your manifold. VW Beetle Bay Solex 28-34 Carburettor Carb Gasket Rebuild Repair Kit 111198569Z. jay. I have used them for many years with great results. And, I DO work for you. Now, you can adjust the screw mentioned above. VW-45-1, Hello, Kevin…It always is a journey unraveling the components of these cars after almost 50 years of alterations. A huge thanks to Jay Salser for all he does for 1967beetle.com. I believe this was a … Restored German. So, should I change the VW79 entry to VW 79-1 with an Austia note? Much appreciated! As soon as you let off the car sputters and dies. This will allow the carb to run, although it prob. Thanks for visiting us! I don’t know. Hello, Bruce…Whoops—yes, author error. There certainly were. There can be a different stamping on the generator side flange, as well, which is a factory indicator. Being new to VW, it seems like I’ve got a lot of learning ahead of me. Jay, The 1966 Volkswagen Beetle 1300 measures 60.60 inches in width, The 1966 Volkswagen Beetle 1300 measures 160.20 inches in length, and has a wheelbase of 94.50 inches. That “but” caught me way off-guard. VW Carburetors 101: Carb Options and Selection. This one is very tiny! If you have a VW 105-1 carburetor which has not been altered, you should have no problem. Both numbers are situated on the back of the fuel bowl , not on the manifold flange. Thanks for commenting. I hope that this helps. Buy It … Made in W. Germany I just came across this site while looking for some spare parts for my 30PICT1 carb, and just wanted to say that I have a carby stamped with the number VW 79-1, it’s 6 volt, and has the PFS feature. VWD, VWDarrin Stay tuned to 1967beetle.com! I don’t have too much hope that the 30 Pict-1 is going to get the job done. 1967beetle.com is such an amazing resource. Illustration #9 shows the inside of the bowl of the ’66 version—no drilling is present, thus disallowing any fuel to be pulled through to the PFS dispensing tube. The body looks good. jay. HELP. Volkswagen Beetle Carburetor Kit. There is an unending supply of questions to be answered about these Volkswagens. My carb has the PFS tube, but the flange is marked “R 6 157”, not “VW 105 1”. Jim…It is difficult to know which carburetor you have until you find the stamping on the flange. will need further adjusting. Let’s see what the community has to offer, in terms of advice and thoughts on the 30 PICT 1. Here’s how it happened. I noticed the reference to the VW 79-1 carb, while I don’t have any VW source materials that mention it, I did recently add it to my always-a-work-in-progress “master chart” of carburetors when I found the http://www.ruddies-berlin.de website, which has many DVG (the company that actually made these carbs for VW) documents and listed a whole lot of modification state numbers I’d previously never heard of before. Nevertheless…since we of 1967beetle.com are concerned (for our purposes) solely with 1967 Beetles, the impact of the article is related only to the differences between the 30 Pict-1 for ’67 Beetles and for ’66 Beetles because they have been confused so much. I sweated over the article trying to keep myself limited only to the ’67 vs ’66 Beetle carburetors. Thus, the PFS Nozzle could/would be of a different size. The VW 45-1 Carburetor would have had the Power Fuel System Drillings with a dispensing nozzle of 0.75 and no check ball in the Power Fuel Drillings. Hello again, Dan…Right. How to Set the 34Pict/3 Carburetor on an Aircooled Volkswagen (Vw) Beetle. However, upon closer inspection, one can see that there is a drilling that is not continuous in the ’66 version, whereas the drilling in the ’67 version IS continuous and contributes to what is called the “Power Fuel System”. They just were not specifically for the 1967 Beetle. Also, how were the Euro 67’s jetted? 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