If you're serious about better stopping power, you need to upgrade your front brakes with a pair of Hawk Performance Talon Front Brake Rotors (HKC4025.194F) and a set of Front HPS Brake Pads. The rotors are slotted and cross-drilled for improved wet braking, while the HPS (High Performance Street) brake pads deliver an impressive 20-40 percent more stopping power. No matter the braking needs of your 2000 SVT Cobra R Mustang, Hawk Performance has you covered.
Features and Benefits:
- G3000 Metallurgy Automotive Casting Material
- Patented DTC Curved Slot Rotor
- Validated Design and Performance Through Dynamometer Testing
- Salt-Spray Tested Per ISO-9227, Exceeding 240 Hour Requirement
- Cross-Drilled Design Improves Wet Braking
- Magni Coating Barrier for Easy Bed-In that Resists Galling
- 0.570" Brake Pad Thickness
- Increased Stopping Power
- High Friction/Torque Hot or Cold
- Gentle on Rotors
- Extended Pad Life
- Low Dust
- Virtually Noise-Free Operation
The Talon Front Brake Rotors are built to OE specs, weights and production processes, allowing for a precise fit free of modifications. Finished in a rust- and corrosion-resistant Magni Coating, the rotors also allow for a quick and easy bed-in process. Each rotor is balanced with CNC programmed, precision-milled slots to seriously reduce harmonic resonance issues and provide a clean, dust-free pad surface. The cross-drilling is excellent for thermal efficiency, heat dissipation, strength, and braking in wet weather.
The HPS Brake Pads outperform your stock pads, providing greater friction and braking power. They're also superior to other aftermarket replacements since they produce less brake fade. The rotors and brake pads are proudly manufactured in ISO-certified facilities in North America.
- 2000 SVT Cobra R Mustang
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.