Brake pads are one of the many various components in your vehicle’s braking system. When they begin to wear down, you will notice vibrations and you will likely hear some sort of noise coming from them when you press the brake pedal.
For more aggressive drivers this dual purpose pad is a compromise design suitable for street use and some open track use. This pad has a higher coefficient of friction than the HPS pad. The optimum operational temperature range is 100-800° F and for short periods of time up to 900 degrees F. Expect more dust and some noise in exchange for better braking.
When your adding performance pads to your vehicle, why not get some new calipers, lines and rotors? ECS Tuning carries a wide variety of braking components to increase your braking performance.
Does not include sensor wires.
Not sure which Hawk performance brake pad is right for your needs? Consult the "Hawk Brake Pad Compounds" graph for an illustration of braking temperatures versus coefficient of friction. A brake pad from the right of the graph such as DTC-50, DTC-60, or DTC-70 will provide aggressive stopping power for the track, but may not be suitable for street driving as they require higher temperatures to function properly. Selecting a pad from the left of the graph such as HPS 5.0, HP+, or the new Street Race will offer a more streetable upgrade with comparatively lower dust and quieter performance, while still improving brake torque and being gentle on rotors.
This Part Fits the Following Vehicles
|Audi||C6 S6||All||V10 5.2L|
|Audi||D3 S8||Quattro||D3 V10|