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Hawk HPS Brake Pads Part #HB656F.684 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Siegfried W (BRIDGMAN, MI) Reviewed for a 2008 Mazda CX-9 — Apr 07, 2016 1:24 PM
Installed new rotors, calipers and Hawk's pads. Pleased with performance of pads and braking after the first week of use. Challenges, factory pads had a couple of shim pads between caliber and brake pad and caliper piston and break pad. Directions provided did not state whether to discard or reuse. Called Hawk - no response. So I did not reuse. Guide plates that were supplied with pads did seem to fit too loosely, so upper guide plates would fall out until tabs were pinched down.
Reviewed by Luke G (KANSAS CITY, MO) Reviewed for a 2009 Mazda CX-9 — Dec 18, 2014 12:46 PM
Just installed these along with the Stop Tech Slotted Cryo Rotors. They are quiet and have a lot better pedal feel than stock. Would have been even better if Hawk included vehicle specific directions as to whether the metal covers from the stock pads needed to be used or not, and also the break in/bedding directions(you can find online). Autoanything was great!
Reviewed by Darrell B (CANTON, MI) — Nov 11, 2013 8:59 PM
Hawk HPS pads were installed on front axle of a 2009 Ford Edge with 79,000 miles on OEM pads, which were about 3/4 worn. After installation, I experienced a noticeable decrease in pedal pressure, required to achieve effective stopping. This indicated more effective stopping to me. When I queried my wife my wife about the new pads, she replied that they seemed to stop faster. Confirmation of my experience above. Based on the above, HAWK HPS pads appear worth the extra cost over OEM pads.
Reviewed by oneil w (Yonkers, NY) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Edge — Jun 21, 2013 11:26 PM
What can I say money well spent notice a great difference over my stock brake pads, would recommend them to anyone who want aftermarket brake pads
Reviewed by LAURENCE S (Salem, MA) Reviewed for a 2008 Lincoln MKX — Aug 31, 2011 3:16 PM
I OWN A LINCOLN MKX & HAVE NOT BEEN HAPPY WITH THE WAY IT STOPPED AT HIGHWAY SPEED.I OWN A AUTO REPAIR SHOP & ONLY USE ONE OF THE TOP CONSUMER BRAND OF BRAKE PADS AVAILIBLE I WONT MENTION THE BRAND. BUT I WANTED TO STEP UP TO A HIGH PERFORMANCE B PAD. AFTER READING ABOUT THE HAWK HPS PAD I DECIDED TO TRY THEM.WE MACHINED THE ROTORS & INSTALLED THEM FRONT & REAR.THE RESULT IT A GREAT PAD WITH NO NOISE TO SPEAK OF THE STOP SMOOTH & WHEN YOU NEED TO STOP IN A HURRY ALL I CA SAY I WO THE WILL PUT YOU THRU THE WNDSHIELD. AM I HAPPY HECK YES I KNOW ANYONE WHO USES THEM WILL BE HAPPY LARRY S
Reviewed by Russell W (Dallas, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Mazda CX-9 — Jun 02, 2011 7:05 AM
I had these Hawk pads put on my 2008 Mazda CX-9 in hopes that the braking would improve since I was feeling like the vehicle was really diving when I applied the brakes hard. The Hawk pads have definitely improved this diving and over all the car stops with less break pressure. My only problem is the groaning noise that they make when the car is at a complete stop and you lightly let up on the brake pedal. I know this is something that I will have to live with but safety comes first and I feel better knowing that my car brakes more efficiently. Remember to bed the brakes after installation and don't forget to resurface rotors.
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