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      09-14-2011, 09:07 AM   #20
mpatrone
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Yeah, that was the first thing I decided. The Hawk HT-10s are only rated to about 1300F, so I ordered some new pads through Ken at KNS brakes. We are putting Carbotech XP12s in the front (2000F+) and XP10 in the rear (1600F+). Hopefully putting track pads at all 4 wheels and some more serious compounds will solve this problem, but I will also try the shield mod to get some extra air flow at the brakes.


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Originally Posted by pixelblue View Post
personally I don't have any experience with hawk pads but this is not the first time I heard about their pads crumbling and getting destroyed. you may want to look into pagid or performance friction pads for your next set.
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