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Old 11-09-2012, 03:57 PM   #8
stevodotorg
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Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Irvine, CA
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My Ride: 02 325i - Manual
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Originally Posted by sharkey62 View Post
Thank you for all of your feedback.
The car has only done 48K and has been serviced by BMW main dealers. I have only had the car since August but have noticed that it does seem a bit sluggish and jerky when pulling away from a standiing start. I previously owned a V6 ford Mondeo that was very quick on gear changes.
I don't really want to burn out the clutch so am thinking after reading the first reply that by taking out the cdv that could cause some expensive problems. I will get the car looked at soon and get the oil changed as suggested and see if that helps. Just hope ther is not a more serious problem lerking.
Thank you again for your assistance being a girlie find it quite confusing sometimes. I didn't realise just how much different a BMW engine is compared to other cars but I do love him.
It's a tossup.. what kind of a driver are you? The CDV delete is great for the driving enthusiasts, but I just feel that the daily driver isn't going to feel much of a difference.. I did mine recently but I did it while installing a new clutch and flywheel, which is another story I still need to post about here sometime.

PM me if you end up doing a clutch replacement..
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