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    Quote Originally Posted by jgp1986 View Post
    my clutch on my 1996 328i has always been very jerky when comin off it, will removing this help smooth it out then if so im gonna remove it tomorrow?
    In a short answer... Yes! Its done mine the world of good... crisp changing in gears... a lot smoother too!


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    thats good enuf for me, out comes the spanners!!
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    i have these symptons with my e36 loon, my clutch seems to 'slip' when pullin of sometimes, mostly under harder acce;eration. my e36 is a 316se i can seem to find anything that says the 1.6 models have em....does anybody know lol
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgp1986 View Post
    thats good enuf for me, out comes the spanners!!
    Got it out yet?

    Quote Originally Posted by hughezie View Post
    i have these symptons with my e36 loon, my clutch seems to 'slip' when pullin of sometimes, mostly under harder acce;eration. my e36 is a 316se i can seem to find anything that says the 1.6 models have em....does anybody know lol
    Here is a thread for you to look in mate... http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...ost628331.html


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    Are we sure the M3 Evo has one? There's a kind of switch on the clutch hose that people refer to as "1st gear nanny" and another on the gearbox. People have removed these (have to remove both as removing one doesn't work) and felt the change but then claimed that the car relearned and went back to normal. On the Evo it's like a hesitation in first gear when taking off, it just bogs the car down, change to 2nd and its fine.
    Last edited by powerofm; 04-11-2011 at 15:56. Reason: spelling
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerofm View Post
    Are we sure the M3 Evo has one? There's a kind of switch on the clutch hose that people refer to as "1st gear nanny" and another on the gearbox. People have removed these (have to remove both as removing one doesn't work) and felt the change but then claimed that the car relearned and went back to normal. On the Evo it's like a hesitation in first gear when taking off, it just bogs the car down, change to 2nd and its fine.
    That is interesting! You got any pictures of these parts?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil318is View Post
    That is interesting! You got any pictures of these parts?
    I'll have mine on the ramp next weekend and take a pic, it has the switch but im 99% sure no CDV.....
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve23002 View Post
    I'll have mine on the ramp next weekend and take a pic, it has the switch but im 99% sure no CDV.....
    Now time will tell Cheers Steve


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    Right, no sign of a CDV on mine unless it been removed previously but I cant see it has been from the setup. All I have is the T piece in the line for the hydraulic clutch switch....


     
     

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    If you think you have a cdv on your motor you need to get under your car and take a look to see what sort. Or if you know where to look through the engine bay to see the mount for the flexi helps.... There are i think two types one built in to the hose 'restrictive hose type' or lock valve 'looks like a long nut with grooves in as pictured by dev318 above'. If you have a restrictive hose type then you will need a braided flexi hose from the slave to the body mount. If you have just the lock valve just unbolt it. Either way it's not a hard job should only take 20 min to half hour to do. Don't forget to bleed it once it's back together k your pics show a braided hose so I think it's already gone!!!
    Last edited by Gwizz; 25-11-2011 at 04:22. Reason: Missed a bit
     
     

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