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Hawk HPS Brake Pads Part #HB246F.567 Customer Reviews
5 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Stephen P (Indianapolis, IN) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Escort — Mar 10, 2012 3:30 PM
I replaced the same pads, got about 40k from the last set. May have been another 5k left but rotors were about done Was using sloted drilled rotors last and went with standard rotors this time. Stop smooth and better than factory and low dust Vs. factory pads XZ2 lowered,17" wheels, sprited driver
Reviewed by Justin B (Wesley Chapel, FL) Reviewed for a 1998 Ford Escort — Oct 23, 2008 7:33 PM
I had these pads in for about two weeks and did not notice any difference from the stock pads. After one night of hard braking the pads squealed and screeched and braking dimished slightly. The installation was tough because there was a bump on one of the pads that had to be ground down so the pad could fit. Going to try EBC pads next.
Reviewed by Craig M (Pisgah Forest, NC) Reviewed for a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee — Apr 21, 2007 4:07 AM
I have Hawk HPS brake pads now on all my daily drivers..a 450 HP Evo8 and a turbocharged Ford ZX2. The pad's initial bite when cold is similar to stock but thereafter the increase in stopping power is on tap. The Hawks are extremely easy on my rotors and brake noise level, at least for me, has been nonexistent. Pads come with chamfered edges, unlike some of the competition.
Reviewed by Nick R (Visalia, CA) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford ZX-2 — Apr 16, 2007 1:20 AM
The Hawk HPS Brake Pads are the best choice in my opinion. They went on easy, with no problems at all. There was a noticeable increase in stopping power, but no excessive braking noise at all. I would definitely recommend these pads for anybody looking for a little more braking performance, but while still retaining the stock sound and feel.
Ships Between 4/28 - 5/02
- What Do You Drive?
- Part #:HB246F.567
- Includes pads for both front wheels
- 0.567 in. Thickness