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  • An Intro to Brake Components

  • …friction? Brake calipers against pads against rotors. Moving to the rear axle, you'll most likely find drum brakes. Advantages? Low cost and the ability to integrate the emergency parking brake. (Read more.) While this is the basic gist of a braking system, many drivers choose to upgrade their brake

  • Trying to Catch a Brake

  • …Quiet Ceramic Pads for the front and rear. The rotors and pads are Original Equipment replacements that would perform as good as or better than the factory original. Are you looking for a different type of brake? Take a look at our slotted and drilled rotors for enhanced braking performance. Some…

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  • Looking for advanced friction technology? Choose Hawk brake pads.

  • …performance brake pads. If it's time to replace brake pads on your vehicle, you'll want to check out our inventory of Hawk products — whether you're driving the streets or the track. Hawk Performance Ceramic Brake Pads: "I was a little hesitant about purchasing a brake pad that promised…

  • Pontiac Brake Pads and Rotors

  • …and use the red bubble brake pad grading scale nnext to the brake pads to pick the best pad. Whether they end up being ceramic disc brake pads or composite disc brake pads, pick the custom brake set-up that works best for your needs and driving style. My goal for the brake system on the Pontiac was…

  • Hawk LTS Pads and Centric Rotors are a Great Combination!

  • …I recently helped a friend install a set of Hawk LTS brake pads and Centric Plain 120 Series rotors on a 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport with a suspension lift and 35x12.50R17 tires. His stock brakes were starting to squeal in the rear because, as we learned, the ERM (electronic roll mitigation)…

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  • Brake Tech Information - Brakes 101

  • …emergency/parking brake system. When it comes to evaluating brake performance, the friction that brake pads generate against the rotors, the brake pads' operating temperature range and their ability to resist fade are important. The brake pad material rubbing against the disc brake rotor generates…

  • Pad Swap: Hawk HPS vs. Hawk LTS

  • …Hawk LTS rear pads and HPS front pads (the LTS front pads weren't in stock at the time). I was happy with the increase in brake torque over the stock brakes, but I still felt as though I could get a little more stopping power if I installed LTS pads on the front and back. Hawk performance pads

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  • Choosing the Best Brake Rotors for Your Vehicle

  • …need to reduce heat is to reduce brake fade and increase the life of your brake components. Listed below are different types of rotors that are available for your application: Solid/Vented - This is the most common O.E. application and is used on both front and rear. Venting rotors help reduce heat…

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  • Brake Tech Information - Understanding How Brakes Work

  • …equipped with disc brakes on the front axle and drum brakes on the rear. A disc brake's superior performance is largely due to its ability to generate friction as the brake calipers force the pads to clamp against the rotors. The brake rotors are cleaned and dried by the brake pads dragging across…

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  • What Makes Your Track Car Stop?

  • …this pad. Hawk HP Plus Race Hawk Black Track Only Pads Hawk DTC-60 Track Only Pads DTC-60 Track Only Pads Hawk's latest formulation for excellent torque control and modulation for wheel-to-wheel competition. DTC-60 pads can be combined with the DTC-70 when less torque is desired on the rear

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