The 2010-2015 Camaro SS suffers from the same hydraulic problems as all GM High Performance vehicles: the stock master cylinder just doesn't flow enough fluid to fully disengage the clutch. Especially not an aftermarket clutch! Unfortunately, there is no way to cure the problem on these cars with an Adjustable Master Cylinder as we have on other applications. Since we can't increase fluid volume with the master cylinder, our only option is to eliminate all the possible restrictions in the hydraulic system, as well as do all we can to keep the fluid as cool as possible. How? With our Tick Performance Stainless Braided Clutch Line.
The best solution we offer for the 2010-2014 Camaro SS is our full length, stainless braided clutch line that connects your master cylinder to your slave cylinder. This line replaces the stock metal & rubber line, eliminating any chance of fluid being restricted or otherwise tampered with by a hot, expanding rubber section. We also heat wrap this fully stainless braided line in order to keep the fluid inside as cool as possible.
This line is easy to install and does not require transmission removal. Just remove your stock line, install ours and put a fresh bleed on your system; all of which can be done in less than an hour. With this line installed, your hydraulic system will work as efficiently as the stock master cylinder will allow!
Now includes two fittings for the slave cylinder side, you'll be able to determine which you need during installation.
Posted by Kevin on 15th Nov 2016
I replace the faulty clutch masterm cylinder in my 11 SS and had massive amounts of brake fluid leaking through the fitting on the line. GM should be putting this product on their vehicles when they leave the factory. It fixed the issue right up and got me back on the road. It took less than an hour to install.
Posted by Chris Macklin on 14th Jan 2016
Was looking for a better slave cylinder line for a zl1 project And this part Was great no problems with
Posted by Unknown on 29th Apr 2015
I had the usual clutch pedal issues, I did have to replace the master cylinder / clutch lever bracket assembly (which has additional spring upgrades) , wow what a difference. then I went to Summit point road course and the car ran great smoother shifting, completely different clutch feel. Highly recommend making these changes on 2010 Camaro's
Posted by Unknown on 18th Mar 2015
I replaced the slave cylinder, added a Pontiac G8 reservoir and the Tick bleeder (also great) to eliminate the 2nd gear grind issue. Shifts like a not knife through butter now. It was worth the effort.
Posted by Shawn M on 12th Jul 2013
Noticed the smoothness of shifting immediately. Takes a little time for install, but worth it for the good price.
Posted by The 2010 Sin on 22nd Sep 2011
Got my car back on track without blowing master cyl's every 300 miles!!!
Posted by Squintz Palladoris on 16th Aug 2011
The pedal is a bit more responsive when released. Its shifts alot better in the lower RPMs. High RPM shifts are improved but still get an occasional grind on the 1,2.
Install writeup is here: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=165176