Reviewed By Fatimah A (TUSCALOOSA, AL) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan 370Z —10/9/2012 11:35 PM
I tried so many different types and brands of brake pads. So far Hawks brake pads are one of the best pads I have ever tried.
Reviewed By Chris B (lexington, KY) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tundra —4/19/2015 2:02 PM
Installed both F&R on a 2010 Tundra. They were less expensive than going with OEM Toyota Pads. With running other Hawk pads on weekend racers, I'm was expecting a little added noise, but am happy to say they don't make a peep. Braking distance has also decreased, and pedal feel is solid. If you are doing this on a 2007+ Tundra on the front, make sure you buy the hardware kit! If you have never removed the caliper pins, get ready for some added fun.
Reviewed By Greg C (SHAWNEE, KS) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Fiesta —4/15/2015 6:58 AM
Good pads but for autocross you need to bed them in racer style. The instructions on the box won't cut it. Have only run them one event so will know more later when the weather heats up. You need to really heat them up with a few hard stops and then let them cool for an hour. They glazed and smelled until they were cooled and then were great the second day on course.