Direct replacement for the original Solex 34PICT3
The best quality replacement "Dual Port" Carburetor available
70 Air Jet - 127.5 Main Jet - 55 Idle Jet
12 Volt Choke & Idle Solenoid
"We've sold thousands of these carburetors and have had great success with them. They are very tunable and out of the box, they are pretty much
spot on and ready to go. For our own stock dual port 1600cc engines, more often than not, this is the carburetor we run. We recommend running this
carburetor with a stock vacuum advance or SVDA distributor to alleviate off idle hesitation."
EMPI now offers stock replacement carburetors for both single port and dual port engines. The 34 PICT-3 reproduction by EMPI is designed to meet the original Volkswagen specifications exactly. It looks and functions just like the unit from the factory, and is proving to be our first choice for stock engine applications. It comes installed with a 12 volt choke and 12 volt idle solenoid (cut-off) valve. The 12v choke can be used on 6 volt systems but will take longer to warm up. You must remove the cut off solenoid and plug the part on the side of the carburetor housing if running a 6 volt electrical system. The carburetor comes with one base gasket for installing the new unit onto the intake manifold.
We strongly recommend you check out the tech tips tab above for more information on troubleshooting your old carburetor before purchasing a new one.
NOTE: WE WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY RETURNS ON INSTALLED CARBURETORS. PLEASE ATTEMPT TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS ENUMERATED IN THE TECH TIPS SECTION AND REVIEW OUR RETURNS POLICY BEFORE PURCHASING.
Please Note:The information listed below is for stock, unmodified VW's manufactured for sale in the US. VW's are commonly modified and very often parts from another year VW may have been installed on your car. California Pacific JBugs is not responsible for any errors if your car has been modified in any way.
VW Beetle Sedan
1971 VW Beetle Sedan
1972 VW Beetle Sedan
1973 VW Beetle Sedan
1974 VW Beetle Sedan
VW Beetle Sunroof
1971 VW Beetle Sunroof
1972 VW Beetle Sunroof
1973 VW Beetle Sunroof
1974 VW Beetle Sunroof
VW Super Beetle
VW Super Beetle Sedan
1971 VW Super Beetle Sedan
1972 VW Super Beetle Sedan
1973 VW Super Beetle Sedan
1974 VW Super Beetle Sedan
VW Super Beetle Convertible
1971 VW Super Beetle Convertible
1972 VW Super Beetle Convertible
1973 VW Super Beetle Convertible
1974 VW Super Beetle Convertible
VW Karmann Ghia
VW Karmann Ghia Coupe
1971 VW Karmann Ghia Coupe
1972 VW Karmann Ghia Coupe
1973 VW Karmann Ghia Coupe
1974 VW Karmann Ghia Coupe
VW Karmann Ghia Convertible
1971 VW Karmann Ghia Convertible
1972 VW Karmann Ghia Convertible
1973 VW Karmann Ghia Convertible
1974 VW Karmann Ghia Convertible
VW Type II (Bus)
VW Type II (Bus) Bus
1971 VW Type II (Bus) Bus
VW Type II (Bus) Single Cab
1971 VW Type II (Bus) Single Cab
VW Type II (Bus) Double Cab
1971 VW Type II (Bus) Double Cab
VW Thing Thing
1973 VW Thing Thing
1974 VW Thing Thing
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Make sure to troubleshoot your Carburetor before purchasing a new one.
Our Carburetors are factory bench tested, adjusted, and ready to install. They are guaranteed to work properly right out of the box, free of all manufacturing defects. If your engine is currently not running well and continues to run poorly after a new carburetor has been installed, the problem is either not the carb, or there may be additional problems hindering performance. We highly recommend you check, diagnose and exhaust every other possibility before purchasing a new carburetor, because they will not be refunded once installed. The problems are far less expensive than the cost of a new carburetor!
Check for intake leaks at the carburetor base gasket, at the intake manifold boots and end castings (for dual port manifolds), at the
cylinder head, and that the manifold itself is not cracked or pin-holed.
Make sure that the ignition timing is correct and your spark plugs, plugs wires, points, condenser, cap and rotor are in good condition.
Make sure that the valves are adjusted properly.
Check that your fuel pressure is proper. Often times new fuel pumps put out more pressure than carburetors can use.
make sure your current carburetor is adjusted properly. If you are not familiar with setting a carburetor take the car to a certified mechanic that is familiar with VWs.