E90 (2006 330xi) CDV (Clutch Delay Valve) ?

Has anyone done the Clutch Delay Valve modification to an E90 (i.e., removing the original and replacing with a gutted one)?
As described at http://www.zeckhausen.com/CDV.htm .
Instructions are for earlier models, wondering if anyone's done it with the new '06 3 series.
What tools? Where's the CDV? Bleeding is same as with other models? Will I need a PowerBleeder, or is an assistant on the clutch pedal sufficient?
Also the modified CDV from Zeckhausen looks a lot different than the other units (black plastic, with O ring). Others are plated metal.
Will be getting new E90 in about a month and this is the first thing I will be doing to it.
Thanks for any guidance.
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Mike Mayer wrote:

Well, you could save some money and remove it for *FREE*
http://www.uucmotorwerks.com/html_techtip/techtips/check_valve.htm
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removing it completely will void his warranty - if they ever figure it out, that is why the modded ones are sold.
My 2003 330xi is out of warranty, so I just removed it, and love the results.
I would contact zeckhausen and ask - they have helped me with info by email many times. good guys.

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