I believe the OP was referring to the fact that some T56 equipped GM products have an annoying problem of the clutch pedal sticking to the floor when "aggressively" shifting That is what the drill mod on the master cylinder of the clutch was made to correct.
and yeah, to the OP I hope GM can correct tiny things like that but I would rather have 10 small problems like that than a crappy major component (see also 10-bolt rear end for the 4th gen F-body)
99 Z28 Black M6 - SS Clone, 238/242 cam, FAST 90, Pacesetters, Borla, 4.56's, QTP, B&M, more to come.
96 Z28 Convertible Red M6 - Pro 5.0, Flowmaster, SS Hood/Airbox - SOLD
00 FRC Black - 374rwhp 360rwtq 231/237 cam with all the bolt on's - SOLD
02 Z28 Arctic White M6 - 406rwhp 379rwtq 233/239 cam with all the bolt on's full suspension and 12 bolt - SOLD Idle Video
94 B4C Medium Quasar Blue A4 - 2800 stall, 3.42's, flowmaster, hypertech - SOLD
Thank you, I know the post was a little bit out there but I was venting. I really like the 2009 camaro and will probably buy one if possible. I've had a total of 8 GM cars (3 Camaros) and 2 fords (1 Mustang). All cars have some kind of problem, but Gm knowing the Z28 is powerful should have made the Hydraulics for the clutch better. I don't feel I should have to do a drill mod to correct this when it could have been done right to begin with. I'm sure I will do the drill mod eventually. It really sucks when your racing and the pedal sticks.