Mk1 Golf Fuel & Induction Parts
Buy your VW Golf Mk1 fuel system components here!
VW Heritage offer a full range of parts for your Golf Mk1 fuel system and exhaust, including the VW Golf Mk1 fuel tank, fuel pumps, carbs, standard exhaust systems, performance systems 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 Golf Mk1 fuel and exhaust parts.
VW Golf Mk1 Fuel Tank Parts
As well as the VW Golf Mk1 fuel tank, we also stock a wide range of filler caps (including stock, aero and billet types), fuel line components, gaskets and seals.
VW Golf Mk1 Carburettor
In addition to rebuild kits for the original style Solex and Pierburg carbs, we also offer 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 Golfs, for optimum power.
VW Golf Mk1 Fuel Pumps and Injectors
Again, 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 Golf Mk1’s fuel system.
And remember, if you have a query about any of our fuel system – 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.
Early Golf History (cont.)
The Beetle had employed fairly basic suspension based around a beam axle at the front, whereas the Golf used MacPherson struts (as designed by Earle S MacPherson, Chevrolet's head of engineering in the late 1940's). The Golf used a unique trailing arm Independent rear suspension; the Beetle on the other hand relied on a swing axle, then latterly a form of Independent rear unit. In terms of propulsion, the Beetle had utilized an air-cooled flat four mounted in the rear of the car, hung off the gearbox, behind the axle driving the rear wheels, conversely the Golf made use of a water-cooled inline 4 cylinder, transversely mounted ahead of the front axle, driving the front wheels. This design allowed maximum use of the space created within the footprint of the car.
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