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. Brand New. The 30 Pict-1 Series is an efficient and simple carburetor. I did notice that. Your source for ’67 Beetle restoration tips, classifieds, and Beetle stories from around the globe. For the authentic carburetor for the ’67 Beetle, the stamping will read: VW 105-1. Your carb was introduced 12/65 and originally would not have had the PFS. The Carb I am replacing is the original solex, a 31 pict 3, this is the same throat diameter as the 30 carbs. It is vacuum activated. 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. What you want to look for is the stamping on the base (flange) of the carburetor–where the carburetor bolts to the manifold flange. Hello, Bruce…Whoops—yes, author error. In so doing, I had to register it as a “1975 Reconstructed Vehicle”. Click & Collect. Vehicles with Similar Dimensions 1962 Volkswagen Beetle 1200 Hello, Joe…With some study, you will begin to find numerous differences between your 1966 Beetle and previous and succeeding years. Eric Shoemaker of tells me that he is shipping a new batch of correct-for-1967-Beetle carbs to be rebuilt. I’ve decided to go back to the stock carb as it always started right up, even after sitting for months at a time. Let’s us know–e-message Eric Shoemaker @: for information. As to your question: your combination will operate. 31 product ratings - VW Bug Beetle Carburetor Synchronizer Carb Sync Tool AC000130 Dual Carbs . There are so many knotty problems with these lovable air cooled cars that I am sure we’ll never solve them, all. Hello, Mark…I understand now. Take care and stick with us, Alan. jay, I have a 65 vw beetle convertable 6V with 28 PICT-1 carbureter. jay. 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 Essentially you will have a 30 Pict-1 1300cc carb which would have been for a ’66 Beetle. 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 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. These Italian-made carburetors are considered a work of art by many and they're offered in 40-, 44- and 48-mm (millimeter) bore sizes. It had NO check ball in the PFS. Even though the ’67 Bus, the ’67 Karmann Ghia and the ’67 Beetle carburetors differed in some minor respects–the same 12 volt choke heater applied to each equally. Illustration #1 pictures both German Solex 30 Pict-1 versions. 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”. Thank you for reading the article. Superb carbs with the range of high quality carburettors, manifolds and rebuild kits for the Volkswagen T1 Beetle at JK. Hello again Eric, I had an opportunity to pickup a very nice and clean 66 beetle. This drilling descends to a point on both versions but is interrupted by the lack of a horizontal drilling to the fuel bowl in the ’66 version (left). We aim to become the largest aircooled community in Europe. The chart which I use does not indicate 6 volt or 12 volt. 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. Lots of good info on this website! Inside the car, you will find the hazard switch to be a one-year-only piece, much coveted by collectors and ’66 car owners as well. VW-45-1, Hello, Kevin…It always is a journey unraveling the components of these cars after almost 50 years of alterations. Contrast the Main Jet of the VW 105-1 for the ’67 Beetle which would be120. Hello, Andy…Working with Eric has caused me to rethink most everything I thought that I knew about the 1967 Beetles! Interesting side note, my father in law who lives in Hawaii restores Haflingers and is part of a community just like the 1967 one. That really adds to the value. People switch parts on these puppies all the time. Thanks for coming back to me, you’re right, I’m in the UK so a non US vehicle. Now, you can adjust the accelerator lever screw to turn the idle up or down. 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. He borrowed carbs from me and others and established his knowledge of the vacuum drillings and how they operate in each model of carburetor and how a specific carb and distributor that came on a specific VW vehicle were engineered to operate as a closed system. Thus, there were carbs for Ghias and carbs for Buses, carbs for VWs other than for USA destination, etc. If only I had another life-time! I am at a disadvantage, unfortunately, telling you what to do with an engine with which I am unfamiliar. So, yes–both of these check balls are absolutely essential to the operation of the carburetor. I suggest that you contact this 1966 WebSite for further information. Jim. The 1300 also was the first Beetle year to have cam bearings. It IS possible to run the ’66 version on a ’67 Bug. How ever I am rebuilding a ’67 carb, and the choke was broken and I need a now choke. This was unclear in your original message. I recognize you as one of the knowledgeable persons on the Samba Forums who passes his knowledge to the rest of us! Pierburg bushings are made of soft aluminum, so they can wear out in fewer than three years. The modern H30/31 carburetor replaces the 28, 30 and 31 series carburetors and can be used on 1200cc, 1300cc, 1500cc and 1600cc engines with appropriate jetting. 1966 VW Beetle. It was a great read and I actually learnt that my carb has the PFS from reading. 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. These center-mount, single-barreled carburetors were undersized compared to carbs from other automakers, so they restricted gas mileage and performance on VWs during those years. Most stuff prob. Super nice. ’65). I am completely unfamiliar with the 1300 “twin-port” engines. Carburetor Sizing. Free postage. Thank you for responding to the Article with your question. It has some marking on it. So i have 3 check balls. The drilling in the ’67 version (right) matches its dispensing tube. The ’66 was the first year to have the black steering wheel, knobs, etc. California since the 70’s and upon looking at the car had noticed differences between it and the 67’s that you would typically see. The top half of the ’66 version has no brass fuel dispensing tube for such a system. VW Carb Tech 102: Carburetor Jetting Theory & Procedure ... We serve the VW parts and VW Tech needs of owners of aircooled Type 1 VW Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Type 181 Thing, Type 2 Volkswagen Bus, Type 3 VW Squareback / Fastback / Squareback, and Type 411 & 412 Volkswagens. ===================================== I have a mystery on my hands and am at a complete loss. I encourage you to look for that stamping first. 1-2 of 2 Results. Russ, Hello, Russ…I have several questions about your car. Glad that you found the identification. I want to buy a new carb, as the one I have is the original. The carb will still run but the advantage of closing the drilling to thwart dieseling, when the engine is shut off, is lost. A Euro 67 with a 1500. It is rather an anti-dieseling device. If you have a VW 105-1 carburetor which has not been altered, you should have no problem. Jay, 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. And so, I was brought up short when my friend announced to me that there were two versions of the 30 Pict-1 carb for USA import Beetles. Great article, Jay. Why do you think that your Beetle is a “Euro”? Adjust Valves on an Aircooled Volkswagon (VW) Beetle. Just because the carburetor top has the Power Fuel Supply tube doesn’t make it a ’67 Carburetor. Volkswagen Beetle Carburetor Kit. You should look for another 34 Pict-3–this carb will fit directly onto the dual-port manifold without an adaptor. Now, back it out 1-1/2 turns. It has a sunroof but not the correct one. Eric … it would be nice if there was a “print” option for articles like this. There is, perhaps, a side “benefit” from using a 30 Pict-1 with the late spring return that is OTHER than the 1967 VW 105-1 carburetor. Let us do some quick research. Jim…If you read through the article, it should become apparent about the carburetors. How to adjust your air-cooled Volkswagen carburetors. 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. I speculate that this carb might have been a “factory replacement unit”. Of course, Volkswagen trained and certified specialists knew of all of these differences and didn’t switch carburetors from one car to another unwittingly. We definitely has benefitted from your article. There is an unending supply of questions to be answered about these Volkswagens. If your classic Volkswagen is underpowered and sluggish, a good replacement carburetor will give it a new lease on life. He is going to want to know which carburetor you have. Are there still choke units available for this carb and if so where can I get one. VW Carbs tuned and dived in! The Brosol H30/31 is a direct replacement for the 28PCI, 28PICT and 28PICT/1 OEM (original equipment manufacturer) carburetors that Volkswagon's 36- and 40-hp,1,200-cc (cubic centimeter) engines used from 1951 to 1965. I’ve mentioned this before, but thank you again for all your efforts to help grow. Thanks so much for taking the time to carefully describe and illustrate the differences between the carbs. This is incorrect! Then, you would need to find a carb top which would correspond and which would have the PFS Nozzle. jay. Good info, Andy! Hang onto that, my Friend! But, I’ll await your responses to my questions here before I do that. C $745.14. Replace an Ignition Coil on an Aircooled Vw (Volkswagen) Beetle. I have been driving and working on ’67 Beetles for over 37 years. Get it as soon as Thu, Jun 4. Thanks again for the article. Mystery solved. Eash has a Fullerton College Associate of Arts in music/recording production and a Nova Institute multimedia production certificate. I hope that this helps. Only 3 left. The Certificate from Germany will help to establish Date of Manufacture and Destination. VW engines are notoriously under carbureted by nature of the original design. jay, Thank you for the replies Eric & Jay. In this tiny orifice, just as it takes a sharp 90 degree turn upwards to discharge through the nozzle, there is another check ball. Engines and engine parts, such as carburetors, get passed around until it’s almost impossible to track them. Also, how were the Euro 67’s jetted? If your car does not have the cut-off valve–skip this step. I found a card in the glove box with a Chassis # 117 233 527 and an Engine # HO4520733. That “but” caught me way off-guard. The body looks good. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. 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. By this time of life (I’m now 74) I thought that I knew the 30 Pict-1 inside and out, by heart, and could work on them in the dark. Did the 105-1 carb come stock on the 1500 Euro 67 ? If it is the correct one for the ’67 Beetle, it will read VW 105-1. And an extra bit of performance if we are using the wrong model. HELP. Thanks again Jay. The Power Fuel System Dispensing Nozzle for the VW 105-1 would be 0.50 with no check ball. I sweated over the article trying to keep myself limited only to the ’67 vs ’66 Beetle carburetors. I even argued the point. Any residual gasoline simply would flow back into the bowl and would have no effect upon performance. It will start up just fine and as long as you have your foot on the gas, it will stay alive. 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 … Hello, Bruce…contact Eric, Owner and Site Manager about adding photos to the Comments Section. My neighbor has been into the VW scene here in So. Keep enjoying your ’67 Beetle! Do you have documentation which shows the origination and the destination of your Beetle? Another very interesting and certainly useful article from Jay. The true ’67 carburetor had only the 12 volt choke heater (dismiss any thoughts about a 6 volt choke heater). First–the carb will operate as is (of course, given that it isn’t damaged so that it can’t be rebuilt). All allow my partner Jay Salser to comment. Explore Volkswagen Beetle cars for sale as well! In the illustrations, the carburetor on the left will be the ’66 version and the one on the right, the ’67 version. There were carbs other than the VW 105-1 which had the Power Fuel Supply drilling and nozzle. Then, drill from the rim of the throat into that casting from the top. jay. 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. You are talking about the brass plug in the rim of the carburetor on the driver’s side of the carb. Illustration #6 shows the driver’s side of the bottom halves of both versions. I don’t advise doing that. ... 1 owner since new 1976 volkswagen beetle 1300 with '83,000km' and service history. These “versions” to which I refer are identified by a number stamped into the carburetor manifold flange, driver’s side. Instructions to Adjust the Carburetor ... vw käfer aus schmiedeeisernen stäben image by Andreas Konrad from, Copyright 2020 Leaf Group Ltd. / Leaf Group Media, Aircooled: Selecting the Right Carb System, Chirco Performance and Restoration: Details About Volkswagen Stock Carburetors. I have used them for many years with great results. Go, Jay! It was a one-year-only engine with small valves with single port manifold and cylinder heads. What year is that ? The correct idle speed is important with the 34PICT/3 carburetor, which is more complicated than the earlier types. It’s whatever electrical you install into it. Unfortunately he’s in his 80’s and suffering with dementia/alzheimers and doesn’t remember even owning a VW bug. FILTER RESULTS. If you like puzzles–you’ve come to the right place! He sent to me and I am looking at it trying to figure out if it is a 1967 or 1966 and what type VW it fits on. :). 640867 You can check with him to learn about them. FREE Shipping by Amazon. We offer a complete selection of perfomance VW Weber carburetor kits. Grts Mark. I appreciate all the contributions being a newby trying to keep a 1967 bug from the scrap heap. Any comment on this? The 30 Pict-1 is not suited for a dual-port engine. jay, For those reading this Thread–here’s more on the subject which occurred on separate e-messaging: You pose an interesting question. A few years back I had a fellow put on two one barrel Dellorto’s, and it ran fine to get it home. Meaning all….lol, saves the photo storage. Nothing looks quite like a Beetle, and nothing runs like one either. Why, I cannot say. Hi, Frank…It was my pleasure to review for the Readers of what I had been studying. My bug has a Brazilian Bocar 30 pict 1, I was somewhat disappointed it didn’t have the original. People are allowed to discuss aircooled topics, sell products and share information in a respectful way for everyone and all the cultural differences … I do see a 77 and a 78. 10% OFF $75. I’ve been asked that before. Now there is a quality guy with a ton of integrity. This is a test. As good as these carbs are, they don't have the best throttle shaft bushings. It’s from a 67 1500 engine (Australian model Kombi). The carb tops are not marked to match the bottom halves. I would like to put the 30 Pict-1 back on but not sure which one is the correct one. There certainly were. Hello, Andy! Needa replacement carbureter without modifications. 00. I understand a little better the reason for your questions. Thanks Jay for all your hard work, making it so much easier for us. OH, my 1967 VW is actually an original Meyers Manx Dune Buggy on the 1967 VW chassis. Besides the engines (1300-1500) and carbs was there any other significant differences between the 66 and the 67 beetle? But……. When I bought the carbs the sellers also did not mention anything about the PFS. If you want to do that, we can steer you in the right direction. favorite this post Sep 30 1971 vw super beetle However, the purist in me kept my mouth shut. After being told it was a ‘euro’,I tried to find the original documentation and get the history from the previous owner. How to Set the 34Pict/3 Carburetor on an Aircooled Volkswagen (Vw) Beetle. Thus, this carburetor would have appeared on the 1966 production year cars. I am still confused, and I must find out. Hello, Mark The VW 47-1 was a 30 Pict-1 carburetor introduced 8/65 for a 1300cc Beetle engine to be matched with the 113-905-205K distributor. I don’t want too fast or too slow. If you replace them with ones made out of brass you'll get a better service life. The shaft and plate will be reinstalled and the carb will be ready to reassemble with new gaskets, diaphragms and float needle. Free In-Store or … Since the Brosol H30/31 is slightly larger than these carburetors, you'll also get a small increase in horsepower when you install it. Free postage. The Weber IDF is the hot rod of this bunch and it's made for 1600- to 2200-cc, dual port engines. Thus, the PFS Nozzle could/would be of a different size. Digging into the archives here at, it’s time to shine a timing light on this fantastic 30 PICT 1 article, as we all know is the correct carb for your ’67 Beetle. Why does it say 78-1 on the flange of the carburetor in figure 8 instead of 105-1 if this is a 67 carb? Don’t be fooled there are two sizes of choke units, I found out the hard way, and had to send it back. Jeff, so you can put a 1967 pic 30 pict on 1966 bug ?but not vise a versa ? Since I had all of the parts handy, I decided to let others know what I had discovered in my own musings. Buy It … 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. My chart shows that the 83-1 did not have the PFS. It will make a much larger study for someone who tackles all of that. Broad choice of inter-related parts for VW Bugs extends to carburettors, carb return springs, inlet manifolds, fuel pumps, pressure regulators, barbed fuel fittings, air cleaners, Weber carbs, choke elements, needle valves and carburettor rebuild kits… The decklid is distinctive from the ’67 year, as well as the license plate light housing. It was a different marketplace in Europe and elsewhere. Differences abounded! If so what is the part number, and where can I find it. This is a performance carburetor package: Cruises economically via the 32mm barrel and when pushed accelerates as the 36mm barrel opens ! Don’t screw it hard–just so that it seats. Upon comparing carburetors closely, I had no choice but to agree with the facts. 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. 1966 VW Beetle. Turn clockwise VERY slowly in until you hear the engine begin to slow. On what would be the driver’s side of the carburetor (when it is installed on the engine), you will find a stamping. But, simply switching the top from a ’67 version, which has the brass dispensing tube, and bolting it onto the bottom half of a ’66 version, will not work. But, since the Power Fuel Drilling Dispensing Nozzel is fixed into the casting, it would be a problem to change. 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. This carried over into very early ’67 Bugs, then was abandoned for a knob release on the seat-back itself. It’s been in storage for the last several years and I want to get it running again. The 28PICT-2 (non-USA) carb was the first to have that had a flange for to connect the arm for the later return spring up to. The 30PICT/1 carburetor was designed for the first 1300cc engines in 1966 models and was used on 1967 1500cc models. Illustration #8 shows that the horizontal casting in the ’67 version (driver’s side) has been drilled, then plugged. 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. The company has also earned a reputation for high-quality casting and machining. Note the tiny, shiny plug. Next–is it a German Carb? Another comment – about using the 28PICT or 28PICT-1 carburetor tops is that neither of them have provision for a carb return spring. Illustration #3 shows both tops, again, but from the bottom perspective, again showing the lack of or presence of the PFS dispensing tube. Haven’t found one. The ’66 carb isn’t a “6 volt carburetor” per se. Thanks all! You can expect to wait for a good number of months for the documents. If you can wiggle the shaft in the orifice (in other words the shaft opening has enlarged) you will need to send the throttle body to a carburetor specialist. 4.5 out of 5 stars 29. The non-PFS ’66 version, on the left, is stamped “VW 83-1” on the manifold flange. As one person commented to me, during my discovery process…this might be an advantage, given today’s ethanolized gasoline. Nevertheless, it is a valid example of the PFS for the 1967 30 Pict-1 Carburetor. jay. However, since you say that you have a dual-port engine, the 30 Pict-1 will not fit onto the manifold without an adaptor plate. The Mexican BoCar carbs are inherently faulty from the factory. But the note in illustration 5 says: 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. Mark, you surely are welcome! If so, i thus have 3 check balls. Give this a read, while we are doing some research for you. According to the January 2000 edition of "Dune Buggies and Hot VWs" magazine, it's also "unquestionably the most popular line of performance carburetors used on VW's venerable boxer engine." Thank you for stimulating our collective brains! Tim Robson. Keep up the good work, Russ! I want you to contact the following person. I hope that this helps. That’s the only way you will be able to determine which carburetor you have. Also, is a site that one can join? And one little tiny one on the passenger side of the carb. Solex 30 PICT-1 Note also that clearly there is a hole in the bottom of the top-half rim that fits over the brass jet-plug hole, in the lower-half rim, which will be noted in further illustrations. No computers–wonder of wonders! This Site is owned and managed by a good friend of mine: jay, Jay, Thanks in advance! Both were fitted onto ’65 T-2s. My engine is a 12 volt set up and it was registered as a 1967 VW. There’s a good supply of most 6 volt parts. Be sure that the wire to the cut-off valve is securely connected. Dan Eash began writing professionally in 1989, with articles in LaHabra's "Daily Star Progress" and the "Fullerton College Magazine." TheSamba and to Andy T. who compiled data from several sources. The 77 came outfitted with 6 volt components and the 78 with 12 volt components. Illustration #7 shows the end of the horizontal casting in the ’66 version (driver’s side)—the end has not been plugged. jay, Hey, Donna! I have to see exactly what carb I’m running. 1971-1978 • Mechanical Fuel Pump for Volkswagen Beetle. jay. I wish that this resource had been available when I was refurbishing my ’67! 99. £16.75. Seriously useful info for most of us playing with out 67s. He is a Solex Specialist. Keep up the good work. I do not trust the Chinese carbs. I traded a rough 1952 CJ-3A for it in January of 1975. The corresponding Distributor for the ’67 Beetle would be the 113-905-205K. It probably is most suited to this engine–jetting, etc.–since apparently it was designed for this engine. Wow great write up! Thanks for the additional info. In addition, I’d like to point out that we will have the correct 30 pict 1 (105-1) carbs in stock this week. It will run fine–but, it won’t have the possibility of discharging more fuel upon demand that the ’67 version offers with its Power Fuel System. Learn more ». For instance, the 30 Pict-1 with the PFS which came on 1967 Buses (T-2) and Karmann Ghias (T-14) featured a PFS dispensing tube with a larger orifice. The most common carburetors today are … First of all–It is important to have proof that your carburetor was factory-wed to the 1500 engine in your T-2. Sure. I listen to my engines and turn it according to “my ear”. 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. Only 6 left in stock - order soon. The breastplate is a one-year-only tin as is the air breather. It caught some other people off-guard, as well. His freelance efforts also include a book. I have a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle that will not hold an idle. The VW 105-1 Air Correction Jet would be 125z. If you can do it easily and, of course on your own schedule, it might be beneficial to the whole ’67 VW community. If it still is 6 volted, good. Screw this screw completely into the carb. I made a statement in my article saying that it would take much investigation to determine the differences for carburetors for Karmann Ghias, T-2s and Beetles both in the USA and abroad. The casting is identical, making both carburetors to appear to be identical units. There will be a different stamping for other applications (such as for the Bus, Ghia, etc.). 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. I enjoyed working through this issue. The Factory Air Correction Jet would have been 135z. 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. And machining I traded a rough 1952 CJ-3A for it to be answered about these Volkswagens scraped some! The steel shaft the electric choke on the 1967 Beetles pushed accelerates the. 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