Originally Posted by Focusedintntions
Why wouldn't you modify the oem cdv??...it takes literally 2 seconds with a screw driver to get rid of the reduction valve in there...then pop it back in. No way for any tech to tell if its been modified. Total time it takes to jack up the car, pop out the valve, modify it, then pop it back in, bleed the clutch...20 minutes.
+1. Why wouldn't you buy a new CDV from your dealer($10) and knock out the inner venturi! It is soooo simple and then there is no way your dealer can bitch about any future clutch/trans problems. The CDV restriction/venturi just pops right out.
I used a 3mm punch and small hammer... but you could also get by with just a simple small flat blade screw driver.
a before shot of the cdv venturi restrictor...
see my pics at post #97...
CDV Delete/Replacement DIY