I think he was talking about the Carb kits to convert VW "pancake" motors used in Type 4 and 3 [type 4 is the bus and T3 is the wagon/fastback/notch-back cars they made in the 60's-70's]
here a picture of the plenums, the rest of the kit were tube that went to the intake similar to a Goldwing. The ones with the bigger ports are type 4 because it was a bigger motor. the Porsche 914 had a type 4 motor in but it had a bit more performance. these kit were for converting fuel injection motors to a carb, the early VW EFI was not very good, these allowed you to fit a Weber 32/36 progressive carb or a 38mm or 40mm DGAS carb.
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