Bleeding the slave without a speed bleeder is a pain. But to install a speed bleeder you have to pull the tranny.
I would run up to the parts store, grab a mighty vac and use that at the reservoir. Much easier and for $35 (or free under “rent a tool” at places like autozone) it will save you a bunch of hassle and getting brake fluid everywhere.
Also, you didnt specifiy, but if you’re just doing a fluid change (i do it probably once a month) you dont need to bleed it like the above ways. Use a turkey baster, suck the little reservoir dry, wipe it out, fill with fresh DOT4 and pump the clutch pedal 75-100 times. That will get most or all the air bubbles out. It may take 2 or 3 of those sucking out, adding fluid and pumping to get all the dirty fluid out of the system.
If however you’re doing this because you just installed a new clutch, you will definitely have to bleed it either the traditional way or with a mighty vac or with a hinson speed bleeder.
2006 GTO M6
Motor - Stock with Vararam
Bunch of suspension
Bunch of brakes
12.81 @ 110.6 2.03 60'