NEW Brake Pad Compound!
“THE MASTER OF FASTER” The racers never ending goal for greatness, the art of perfection is now complemented by the latest in technology. Racing technology continues to find its way to the street, and at Hawk Performance we have found a way to make you get closer to that goal!
This was the motivation behind the development of the new Hawk High Performance Street/Race compound. We built for you to go racing on it. Dive into the next tight corner, brake later and edge past your competition, but don't put it on a trailer after you lapped the field, take your helmet off and drive to you celebratory dinner. The new Street/Race compound from Hawk Performance truly gives you that ability.
The trend of using a street car in competition increases every year and competitors are always demanding more, they are always looking for an edge over the competition. The new Hawk High Performance Street/Race brake pad compound provides that edge and provides it in spades; it is the ultimate high performance, street brake pad! Perfect for aggressive street car owners that also use their cars for autocross, HPDE, open track and time trail racing. High Performance Street/Race pads feature Hawk’s mechanical (bond) retention system (MRS), slotted friction, hot bond shim, and pad chamfer that improve the vehicle handling, safety and driver confidence. It performs flawlessly at all temperatures and operating temperatures range from 100-1200F with superior torque while providing a consistent feel and characteristics.
Using decades of engineering and technology from our racing programs, the Hawk Performance team cross engineered the new Street/Race compound. The pad provides a smooth, consistent brake pedal feel while still proving superior brake rotor grab, the performance of this pad cannot be matched without installing racing pads. The High Performance Street/Race pad is designed to perform consistently in temperatures up to 1200°F while still maintaining great pedal feel.
HP Plus utilizes a unique ferro-carbon, high-tech friction material that was developed and manufactured for sport driving in autocross, Solo II and “track day” applications. The ferro-carbon formulation offers lower wear rates and higher torque values than other competitive materials.