Mk1 Caddy Fuel & Induction Parts
Buy your VW Caddy Mk1 fuel system and exhaust components here!
Here at VW Heritage we can offer a wide range of parts for your Caddy Mk1 fuel system and exhaust, including fuel pumps, carbs, and stainless manifolds. To browse and buy the parts you need just follow the links below, or read on for further information on our extensive range of Caddy Mk1 fuel and exhaust parts.
VW Caddy Mk1 Fuel System Parts
We stock a large range of fuel line components, gaskets and seals.
VW Caddy Mk1 Carburettor
As well as rebuild kits for the original style Solex and Pierburg carbs, we can also supply the finest replacement units from such as Weber as well as Weber’s famous Twin 45 DCOE’s and manifolds for both 8v and 16v powered Mk1 Caddys, for a simple, classic power increase.
VW Caddy Mk1 Fuel Pumps and Injectors
Once again, VW Heritage offer a wide range, including standard pumps (both carburettor and K-jet injection versions), electric pumps and high performance rotary versions. Plus injectors, filters, fuel line, clamps and T-pieces - everything in fact to repair or improve your Caddy Mk1’s fuel system.
VW Caddy Mk1 performance manifolds
Handmade in the UK, VW Heritage’s performance manifolds for Mk1 Caddy are clearly in a league of their own. Perfect fit first time, every time, and come complete with the link pipe to mate with your existing system. The range fits all “big block” 8v Mk1s exc. Diesel, and for those of you converting to 16v power, there is a specially made manifold for this purpose, unlike all the other options available this item will work with both the shorter stroke motors, KR, 6A and 9A, as well as the tall block ABFs due to the scope for adjusting the height of the manifolds. And remember, if you have a query about any of our fuel system or exhaust parts – or if you can’t find the part you require – just click on the ‘live chat’ button or call our sales team on 0845 873 9960 at any time during UK business hours.
Cabrio (Typ 155) Cont.
The car was built entirely at Karmann's facility in Osnabruck, with VW supplying the interiors and running gear to be bolted to the in-house manufactured body. Engines were offered in pretty much every format that the hard top Golf had received (1100-1800cc, both carb. and injected) with the exception of the diesel, and a Mk2 8v style Digifant 1800 8v which was offered in the US.
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