Originally Posted by Davenow
Add in something about the fact that simply removing the flappers themselves does next to nothing (ya gotta remove the cast in divider wall as well)
Also, may want to cover that leaving the rod in also causes some turbulance and leaves what is essentially a 1/4" flow disruption in the airpath, so leaving the rod in is not a great plan either.
Great FAQ otherwise
But like you said, its not done.
Or alternatively, you could mention that the rod can be contoured to limit turbulence. However, it's also been argued that turbulence is a good thing to have when introducing fuel into an air stream. It is supposed to supplement mixing.
Thanks for another great FAQ!