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Post by jshmnghm on Sat Aug 15, 2009 1:28 pm

I have a 1500 SP out of a 69 Beetle. I want to replace the 009 with an original single vacuum type. What model number do I need? Also if anybody has a good working used one, I will be interested. Thanks.
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Post by rpm750 on Sat Aug 15, 2009 2:32 pm

A 113 905 205T will work great. I have one that I ran in my DP and it has fantastic response! I'm building a budget 1500 SP and I'll use one for it also.
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Re: What distributor?

Post by jshmnghm on Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:49 pm

rpm750 wrote:A 113 905 205T will work great. I have one that I ran in my DP and it has fantastic response! I'm building a budget 1500 SP and I'll use one for it also.

What motor/vehicle did that one come on originally?
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Post by 71_georgia_beetle on Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:53 pm

Beetle 1968 * 1500 Man Trans

Distributor: VW 113-905-205M, Bosch 0231 137 021
Can Use: VW 113-905-205T, Bosch 0231 137 035 or 036
Replacement: VW 111-905-205AA, Bosch 0231 137 039
Points: 01 013
Points Replacement Plate Assy: VW 111-905-227B, Bosch 1237 110 139
Condensor: 02 007 - Note: If equipped w/AC use 02 069
Rotor: 04 006 (Replacement uses 04 033)
Parts Kit (Shims, Washers & Hardware): 059-998-211, Bosch 1237 010 007
Cap: 03 001 (Replacement uses 03 010)
Coil: 00 015 (Blue Coil: 00 012)
Vacuum Can: 07 024 (Replacement uses Bosch 1237 121 400)
Ignition Wires: 09 001
Spark Plug: W8AC
Timing Set At:: 0deg TDC Static or @800-950rpm w/strobe w/vacuum hose disconnected and plugged
Advance/Retard Range: Vacuum (Advance Only): 17-19deg @ 1.3 In. Hg, 32-35deg @ 3.2 In. Hg


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Re: What distributor?

Post by 71_georgia_beetle on Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:53 pm

jshmnghm wrote:
rpm750 wrote:A 113 905 205T will work great. I have one that I ran in my DP and it has fantastic response! I'm building a budget 1500 SP and I'll use one for it also.

What motor/vehicle did that one come on originally?
Beetle 1969-1970 * 1500/1600 Manual Trans
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Re: What distributor?

Post by jshmnghm on Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:55 pm

That was quick. You da man. That one should work perfectly since it is a 69 motor in a 70 Beetle. Anybody got one?
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Re: What distributor?

Post by Hobug on Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:25 pm

If you are still looking for a 113 905 205T distributor I have one. The shaft has a little play, but the vacuum can is good.
$20.00 + ship
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Re: What distributor?

Post by jshmnghm on Fri Aug 28, 2009 3:19 pm

Hobug wrote:If you are still looking for a 113 905 205T distributor I have one. The shaft has a little play, but the vacuum can is good.
$20.00 + ship

Got a pic? Thanks.
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Re: What distributor?

Post by jshmnghm on Sun Aug 30, 2009 7:19 pm

What new aftermarket vacuum distributor is best for my set up?
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Re: What distributor?

Post by 71_georgia_beetle on Sun Aug 30, 2009 9:43 pm

http://www2.cip1.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=VWC-043-905-205
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Re: What distributor?

Post by meinvw on Mon Aug 31, 2009 8:14 am

71_georgia_beetle wrote:http://www2.cip1.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=VWC-043-905-205

Ohh, thats a scary one. I have a 009 petronix thats the chinese made and, well... Watch out for "german Quality"Thats a repo of the bosch and heard some mixed reviews on them. Same with carbs, have an empi "german Quality" That only have 700 miles on it and already outta wack.Just bought one (dizzy)for the bus from bus depot, they have OG bosch svda 205's. Yeah $50-$60 more but a way better dizzy. Just remember you get what you pay for and looking at the one in the bug and the one I got thats og, well, pretty sure in a few years will be changing the bug. Have had 2 go bad within a year from the "german quality" series. Get an og or reman bosch and your good to go for another 200k.
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