2010 Chevy Camaro Transformers Strut Tower Brace, Hotchkis
- Reduces Front Subframe Flex
- Connects Strut Towers At Four Points
- Clears Intake Manifold Beauty Covers
- Durable Powder Coated Finish
- Helps Hold Caster & Camber Under Hard Cornering
- Bolt-on Installation
Like most street driven cars, the new 2010 Camaro suffers from chassis flex. Under hard cornering and when driving over uneven surfaces the unsupported strut towers momentarily distort, reducing stability and control. The new Chassis Max Strut Tower Brace from Hotchkis Performance adds necessary rigidity to the Camaro by eliminating strut tower flex. The Chassis Max Strut Brace ties the strut towers together at four mounting points, offering maximum support in tension, compression and twist. The four point design offers a distinct advantage in strut tower support over a two point design, and also maximizes the performance gains from other chassis improvements like sport springs and sway bars. This product is a must for spirited street and track day driving. Fabricated from strong, lightweight 1-¼" DOM steel tubing and 100% TIG welded with laser cut brackets and corner gussets, the brace is designed to fit over stock and Magnuson supercharged engines. Some drilling is required, and the brace bolts on in minutes. A unique reservoir relocation bracket is also included.