The fifth-generation Chevy Camaro suffers from chassis flex and wheel hop, much like most modern muscle cars, according to Hotchkis Sport Suspension.

Under hard acceleration, like in drag racing, the stock rear subframe will move, causing hook-up problems due to low traction and stability.

Hotchkis’ Chassis Max Brace can help solve that problem because it triangulates the rear sub frame to the chassis frame rails. The brace is made from robust, lightweight elliptical aluminum tubing mated to laser-cut, CNC-machined aluminum brackets. The system bolts on in minutes, and you can watch it happen here in this short video from Hotchkis.

Author: Matt Griswold

After a 10-year newspaper journalism career, Matt Griswold spent another decade writing about the automotive aftermarket and motorsports. He was part of the original OnAllCylinders editorial team when it launched in 2012.