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Hawk Club Racing Brake Pads

Brand: Hawk | Category: Brake Pads

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Product Description

Hawk Performance has dominated Motorsports race tracks for more than 15 years, offering highly-engineered friction products for nearly every type of racing!

Blue-42 (‘EE’ Compound Code)
Intermediate initial bite, increased mid Mu characteristics, and low to mid-temperature range.

Blue-9012 (‘E’ Compound Code)

  • Medium/High Torque and Temperature Compound
  • Excellent Brake Modulation
  • #1 Selling Brake Pad Material for SCCA.

Black (‘M’ Compound Code)
Medium torque and temperature compound designed to be a good, all-purpose low- cost racing brake pad.

  • Medium torque and temperature pad
  • Good cold effectiveness
  • A good all-purpose low-cost racing brake pad
  • Good for Dirt Modified and IMCA style pavement Modified
  • Optimal Range: 200° – 700°
  • Min/Max Temp: 100° – 900°
  • Torque: Medium

DR97 (‘J’ Compound Code)
Excellent static and dynamic coecient of friction. Smooth linear torque. Low pad and rotor wear. For use in drag racing.

MT 4 (‘L’ Compound Code)
Medium/High torque and temperature compound with medium/high initial bite. For circle track cars under 2800 lbs without high deceleration rates.

  • High initial bite
  • Designed for pavement circle track under 2800 lbs
  • Designed for applications not needing high deceleration rates
  • Optimal Range: 500° – 1000°
  • Min/Max Temp: 400° – 1200°
  • Torque: High

Metallic (‘MB’ Compound Code)
High torque with linear in-braking characteristics across temperature ranges, allowing the driver to brake harder, longer without sacrificing the life of the pad.

HT-10 (‘S’ Compound Code)
Intermediate to high torque with a smooth initial bite. Very consistent pedal feel. Excellent modulation and release characteristics.

Note:
Hawk Performance burnishes its HP Plus brake pads as a final step in the factory, but all brake pads have to be bedded-in with the rotors (new or used) that they will be used against. Properly bedding-in new brake pads results in a transfer film being generated at the pad and rotor interface to maximize brake performance.