Intense stopping power during intense moments behind the wheel can extend the brake pad life of your 1994-1998 V6 or GT Mustang. This new set of Hawk Performance Rear HPS Brake Pads from CJ Pony Parts includes a Talon Rotor Kit to offer 20-40% more stopping power than your typical, everyday replacement brake pads!
Features and Benefits:
- Complete rear kit for driver and passenger sides
- 0.660-inch pad thickness
- Increased stopping power
- High friction/torque hot or cold
- Gentle on rotors for extended pad life
- Low dust and virtually noise-free
- Rotors are balanced with CNC programmed, precision milled slots
- G3000 Metallurgy-superior automotive casting material
- Validated design and performance traits through dynamometer testing
- Salt-spray tested per ISO-9227, exceeding the 240 hours requirement
- Magni Coating Barrier applied that maintains superior corrosion resistance
- Quick and easy bed-in that resists galling
- Engineered, machined, finished, and coated in ISO certified facilities in North America
These Hawk Performance Rear HPS Brake Pads are more durable than regular replacement brake pads because they create less fade and put out lower dust. They also come with Hawk Performance Talon rotors with a DTC curved slot design that is built to OE specifications. This unique patented design also meets the OE weights and production processes in order to directly fit without modifications. These rotors feature a cross-drilled design that improves thermal efficiency, heat dissipation, and strength to make wet braking easier and safer. Plus, their CNC programmed balancing and precision milled slots keep the pad surfaces free from debris to offer noticeably lessened harmonic resonance issues.
- Set of HPS Rear Brake Pads
- Pair of Drilled and Slotted Talon Rear Rotors
- 1994-1998 V6 Mustang
- 1994-1998 GT Mustang
*Does NOT fit 1994-1998 Cobra Mustangs.
Tech Tip: Hawk Performance burnishes its brake pads as a final step in the factory, but all brake pads have to be bedded-in with the rotors (new or used) that they will be used against. Properly bedding-in new brake pads results in a transfer film being generated at the pad and rotor interface to maximize brake performance.