Reviewed By Norme A (Fort Myers, FL) —1/18/2016 8:21 PM
They look pretty nice compared to stock brakes. They work which personally was all that I was looking for. :)
Reviewed By Steven J (Goodyear, AZ) Reviewed for a 2012 Porsche Cayman —1/18/2016 10:15 AM
+ Work cold so ok for street use. + OK for track low coefficient of friction so they don't over power street tires. - Can get a little slippery from over heating. - Hard on discs. + Half (or less) the cost of competitors track pads. A good compromise pad if you accept the trade offs, drive on the street and on the track without changing.
Reviewed By James F (Oro Valley, AZ) Reviewed for a 2010 BMW 3-Series —12/26/2015 10:18 PM
My first time trying the DTC 60's and so far I have taken to one track day and they worked great. Very smooth and linear pedal fee. They were easy to modulate and performed flawlessly. The only minor drawback is they produce a boat load of dust but I guess that is to be expected with this level of performance pad. I also drive to the track and felt these did just fine on the street too, nothing surprising on the street at all.