Clutch Delay Valve Delete/ PRL SS Clutch Line Install & Review

  1. BoostedDreams

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    Hard to say. I would keep an eye on it as it might create a leak or for piece of mind you can flip it around
     
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    Praying that it doesn't lead to anything....pretty much will need a new slave cylinder because theres no way of getting that nut out now. Not to mention that c ring for a second time...:doh:
     
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    I’m thinking of doing this I’m so tired of having to wait fir the damn valve so I don’t grind it’ll or miss.
    Has Anyone that done this and seen a big difference in shifting time ? Hey
     
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    Yes it helps. I have a spare SMC if you want to tackle it without removing your own. It can take a couple hours and if you need it to put it back on your car without able to be getting the valve out , you’ll be doing twice the work next time around lol.
     
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    Good to know. Time shouldn’t be a problem for me I’ve been a tech fir 21 years. Even so if it’s sonwthjng I’ve never done before I always seek out info so thank you
     
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    You'll be good then! I got fed up and took it to a performance shop.Took him about an hour at $90/hr kinda hurt, but not as much as getting stabbed repeatedly with the pick tools lol
     
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    I didn't want to work on my car outside in Michigan winter, so I went to a shop to get the cdv removed for 75$. The clutch feels waaaaay better. Much easier to modulate, no more 2nd and 3nd gear grind when cold, and much smoother and quicker shift. The rev hang becomes less a problem after removing the CDV since I can use clutch slip to ease it out.
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    I have reversed back to stock at my tuner's recommendation. He said the clutch takes quite a shock without the valve.
    I don't find this valve to do much of a delay in my Hatchback, actually it barely dampens the engagement.
    In comparison with my 8th.gen Civic the engagement is rougher WITH the valve than the 8th.Gen with the damper and the by pass removed.
     
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