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Hawk HPS Brake Pads Part #HB318F.669 Customer Reviews

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Hawk EPS on 2000 Sienna

Reviewed by scott s (Vancouver, WA) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Sienna — Apr 22, 2011 2:58 PM

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The brake pads put on by my local tire chain did not stop well. I wanted to fix this, so chose the Hawk HPS pads based on a few reviews. They definitely stop better than the generice ones the chain store put on. They have better initial bite, too. I'm in a cold wet climate, and these things are important for safety. After being parked outside on a wet night, the brakes squeel a bit on the first & second stop, but are quiet after that. I can't say that these are better performance pads than other performance pads, but they definitely stop better than what most shops want to put on as "standard". Putting front pads on a Sienna is a breeze. The caliper holders don't need to come off. Just undo one bolt, and they swing up. Out with the old pads, in with the new, and away you go. If your old pads are well worn, you'll need to remove some brake fluid out the top of the reservoir, so it doesn't overflow when you push the piston back.

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Reviewed by Wayne K (Sullivan, IL) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Sienna — Apr 07, 2009 3:42 PM

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I bought the Hawk pads for my Sienna minivan to tow with. So far they outperform the after market pads I purchased from an auto parts outlet. The real test will be when I tow a trailer to Florida from Chicago.

Hawk Pads worth the price?

Reviewed by Neil W (South Whitley, IN) — Mar 27, 2008 4:23 AM

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This is my second set of Hawk Pads. I work for a large Tier One full system brake supplier to the OEM companies. I have worked on many prototype vehicle tuning brake systems. For the money, and an off the shelf part, the Hawk brake pads are hard to beat. Better intitial bite and they stay solid throughout increase in input force. Much better feedback through the brake pedal. They only last about 80% as long as the OEM pads, but the increase in brake performance is worth it. They may squeak a little on the first couple of applications cold or wet. That is just part of having a high performance pad. Kind of like when your ABS system cycles when first starting to drive your car. Some people don't like the noise. I like to know they are working. Are they worth the price? They are to me.

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