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- Part #:HB361F.622
- 0.622 in. Thickness
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Hawk HPS Brake Pads Part #HB361F.622 Customer Reviews
10 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Brennan O (Savannah, GA) Reviewed for a 2002 Honda S2000 — Jan 10, 2015 9:13 PM
I had these pads on my previous car and now have installed them on my S2000. They have very good braking characteristics, they don't need to be warmed up to work like some performance pads but also resist fade for spirited mountain driving. They have moderate dust, not too bad if you wash your car (or atleast spray the wheels off) every two weeks or so.
Reviewed by Jose M (Palm Harbor, FL) Reviewed for a 2002 Honda S2000 — Jun 06, 2014 3:39 AM
This is the second set of Hawk HPS on the four corners, S2000 DD/Autocross. Great pads, you will get some dust, it cleans off easily and even with my drilled/slotted rotors they lasted a long time and did the job at the track. Buy w/confidence, parts from auto anything arrive as ordered and quickly. JM
Reviewed by Bach T (SPRINGFIELD, VA) Reviewed for a 2006 Acura RSX — Dec 18, 2013 9:47 PM
Reviewed by Matthew L (SACRAMENTO, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Civic — Jul 30, 2013 8:30 PM
Reviewed by Chad M (Round Rock, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 Nissan 350Z — May 20, 2010 11:38 AM
For the money these seem to be a great all around option. Dust is certainly down over stock pads and they certainly stop better. Can't comment on extended use such as track days but daily driving and autocrossing on them seem better.
Reviewed by Andrew L (Cherry Hill, NJ) Reviewed for a 2006 Honda Civic — Jul 24, 2008 4:01 AM
Overall, the HPS's were excellent. no squeaks, easy installation. Stops on the dime. The package came with everything that was needed for installation, minus the tools. One slight problem was that the civic si stock caliper shims did not fit snuggly over the HPS brake pads. Suggest to flatten shim flanges, apply adhesive behind the pad per instructions, fit the shim behind the brake pad, hammer/bend the flanges to capture the pad.
Reviewed by Rosette M (Mount Prospect, IL) Reviewed for a 2002 Acura RSX — Jul 19, 2007 5:25 PM
Reviewed by David M (St Paul, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Volkswagen Jetta — Mar 23, 2007 6:46 AM
Reviewed by John P (Carmichael, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Acura RSX — Sep 20, 2006 8:18 PM
These are very predictable low fade pads. I have them on a Dodge Durango, Mazda 626 (V6) and now my RSX Type S. They don't seem to wear the rotors too badly considering the grip they are capable of. The HPS is advertised as low dusting. This is not so. I don't believe that any performance brake pad is low dust. So, when replacing the brake pads thoroughly clean the wheels and apply generous amounts of wax or wheel dust repellant. If you do this, the dust will clean with any car wash. Also, it is very important to follow the Hawk break-in procedure to obtain the maximum performance.