Reviewed By Josue M (Houston, TX) Reviewed for a 2002 Nissan Maxima —7/1/2017 12:50 PM
Easy to install and a quality product cheapest price to
Reviewed By Mark J (PROSPER, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Corvette —6/8/2017 5:38 AM
The Hawk DTC70 brake pads are great for experienced track day drivers who are looking for confidence in the braking zone. Rotor wear is minimal as long as they are hot and we get about eight track days out of a set of pads. Use these for great performance but if dust is a concern, these are not for you.
Stop means stop! There is no gray area when it comes to braking. You go fast, and you want to stop fast. That’s why finding the best brake pads on the market is such an important decision. With a bird of prey’s eye for stopping, Hawk brake pads give you the control you need--when you need it most.
Cleaning the brakes on your car, truck or SUV isn’t always a simple task. But, if you want to ensure the best performance from your braking system, you’ll want to follow these steps to give your brakes the care and maintenance they need.
Installing brake pads and making them last isn’t as simple as slapping on a new set and going on your merry way. Incorrect brake-in procedures transforms hard-earned money into worthless piles of brake dust or worse. Sadly, an extremely important step is often overlooked: the brake pad bed-in process.
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Posi Quiet vs. Hawk is probably the quietest war raging in the world of aftermarket performance parts. Check out our helpful article to get the scoop on the best brakes for your vehicle.
A cheetah may be the fastest land animal, but they can't come to as commanding a halt as your ride—that is, once you've installed some performance brakes. But, which are right for your vehicle? EBC or Hawk? Check out this brief guide for some answers.
Hawk is in the high-performance braking business.