Is your clutch pedal sticking to the floor when you drive your car aggressively? Are you having trouble shifting your car quickly in the upper RPMs? Are 1st Gear and Reverse hard to engage while the car is sitting still? You’re not alone!
GM did not want to replace transmission and driveline parts under warranty, so they designed a very weak, anemic clutch master cylinder barely capable of moving enough fluid to fully disengage the stock clutch in perfect working order. With years of wear (and/or an aftermarket clutch that requires more fluid to disengage), the inadequacy of the GM Master Cylinder becomes even more apparent.
Our Tick Performance Adjustable Clutch Master Cylinder Kits are built here in the USA around Tilton 7/8” Bore Cylinders (the same used in NASCAR every Sunday) and are made adjustable so that you can tailor the amount of fluid that your system needs in order to fully disengage ANY clutch, from stock to hardcore race-only clutches. With our kit installed, you’ll notice:
Every Tick Performance Adjustable Clutch Master Cylinder Kit ships complete with everything needed to install, including our Unrestricted and Heat-Wrapped Stainless Braided Clutch Hydraulic Line (eliminating the need for the "drill mod"), all necessary hardware, and easy to understand instructions. Installation generally takes 60-90 minutes and adjustments can be made at any time without any tools.
Tick Performance Adjustable Clutch Master Cylinder Kits are capable of more fluid flow than any competitor’s offering, and we stand behind them with a LIFETIME Warranty against leakage. Rest assured that with our kit installed, you'll have the quickest shifting, most reliable kit available under your left foot!
To download printable instructions for TAMCKFB, click here!
Option Guide: Do I need a GM Quick Disconnect Tool?
A special tool is NOT necessary in order to remove & reinstall the GM Quick Disconnect Fitting that mates your hydraulic clutch line to your slave cylinder, but it does make the task a bit easier (and reduces the risk of damage) versus using a screwdriver or universal tool. The GM Quick Disconnect Tool that we offer is specifically designed for use with the GM Quick Disconnect Fitting.
All Tick Performance Adjustable Clutch Master Cylinder Kits are warrantied against leakage for the entire time you own yours! If you develop a leak, simply send the kit back with a copy of your invoice and the cylinder will be replaced or repaired and shipped back to you via Ground free of charge. Our warranty is void when used in non-original ("swap") applications.
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Posted by Jason on 9th Dec 2017
2001 trans am would not go into gear after ls7 clutch install. Replaced slave, master, and clutch again still same problem then read on forums and found out about tick master. Installed and bled so easily could not believe now car goes into gear no problems. This is the first time I have ever run into this and would recommend this with any clutch change and fix all your clutch issues.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Oct 2017
Upgraded my MC while replacing my slave and clutch, works great. The new setup has a noticeably heavier pedal than stock but I think that is mostly the upgraded clutch.
Posted by Aaaron on 2nd Jun 2017
Wish I installed this 5 clutches ago!
Posted by Bill R on 23rd May 2017
After battling with the no clutch issue on and off for a little while on my 01 SS, I finally bit the bullet and purchased a Ticks Master Cylinder and the problem was corrected. Not difficult to install and easy to adjust. Great feeing pedal and no issues with high RPM shifting. Quality craftsmanship.
Posted by JDCAMARO99 on 27th Mar 2017
Well, I've done a lot of research and it ended here. Bought this bad boy hoping to solve sticking clutch pedal issues. Every time I got on the car, the pedal would stick to the Floor. So annoying!! Everyone advised me to get this MC. So glad I did. For the first time ever, I chirped 3rd in my car. What a feeling! And the clutch came back up. So worried I was going to have to bust open the tranny. Thanks Tick. You made one hell of a Master Cylinder. This thing rocks!
Posted by Unknown on 1st Mar 2017
Was my fix after replacing clutch and measurement was correct just needed this master cylinder
Posted by Unknown on 16th Feb 2017
By far this is the best part that I've ever bought in for my Camaro it wasn't too bad putting in like everyone else says all I got to say is to Performance you guys are on it this part is the s***
Posted by Charles Duncan on 21st Nov 2016
I have had this car since 2009 and really since day one I really never like how the clutch pedal felt.it felt spongee,almost on the floor and sometimes you would have to lift it back up with your foot.could not shift in the upper RPMS . So really I was thinking that it was more than just clutch master cylinder well anyways I went and picked one up from Napa. Well then I started reading up on it and there were a lot of the same problems people were having and they were saying how the Tick master cylinder worked for them so I said this has got to be the solution and damn it was I am so glad I purchased it. It was worth every bit of it.you can just look at it and see the quality verses the stock Gm ones. GM needs to take lessons on this on.if you like you car the way it is now you the buy tick you will love car for sure.
Posted by Unknown on 31st Oct 2016
Spending over $300 for a master cylinder seemed very stupid to me originally. However after considering g the clutch and transmission I am running I decided to go for it. This thing performs so much better than I anticipated. So worth it and I would gladly do it again
Posted by Larry on 18th Oct 2016
Couldn't shift into 1st or reverse or power shift at high rpms. After installing the tick master I've had no problems.
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