1996 E36 328i Touring Clutch valve delete done today!

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  1. 1996 E36 328i Touring Clutch valve delete done today! 
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    Hey folks, I've done the Clutch valve delete today.
    Gear changes feel much more crisp and engage quicker, and only took 10 mins to do.
    Free and easy mod worth doing.
     
     

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    nice one, i done mine a few weeks after buying mine,

    and it is soo much better to drive with out it
     
     

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    what changes have you noticed mate? been thinking about this for a while, just not got round to it yet.
     
     

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    you can find the bite point easier, you can pull away quicker, its easier to drive in trafic

    i live on a hill, and the drive way is ver steep, and reversing of the drive was a bit of a pain with CDV with my foot all the way of the clutch it still felt like the clutch wass still being pressed. But now with my foot all the way off the clutch it goes back of the drive as it should do
     
     

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