Standard Drag Pads (Hawk HP+) For Moser Engineering Drag Brakes (175 MPH & Slower)

  • Standard Drag Pads (Hawk HP+) For Moser Engineering Drag Brakes (175 MPH & Slower)


Hawk Performance
Brakes made for just about every type of driving.
Hawk Performance is actually owned and manufactured by Carlisle Brake & Friction. Who are they you ask? Carlisle Brake & Friction is the world leader in severe-duty friction products. Were ever deceleration is needed you will find Carlisle Brake & Friction.

Hawk Performance was introduced to motorsports in 1990, and since then Hawk has outperformed it's competition and gained a pretty substantial following of loyal customers. Today Hawk is one of the leaders in motorsports and performance street braking industries.

Price is for 1 Set of Pads (enough for two calipers)


Recommended Applications:
Autocross Racing
Track Day Racing
Solo II Racing
Sports Car/GT Racing - Sports car racing and Rally applications needing lower initial bite and effectiveness. Excellent track day compound that can be driven on the street.
Drag Racing - Street driving applications needing Lower initial bite and effectiveness. Perfect brake pad for applications that are driven to the strip.

(Street Legal So You Won't Have to Change Pads to get Home)

Product Features:
High Friction Pad
Very Resistant to Brake Fade
Superb Double Duty Friction Compound
Longer Lasting Pad than Competitive Pad 
Limited Lifetime Hawk Warranty

Product Description:
The Hawk HP Plus Brake Pad is a must have brake pad for the weekend autocross or track driver. The HP Plus Brake Pad was made with autocross and track cars in mind. Not only do the Hawk HP Plus Brake Pads perform on the track but they are still versitile enough to be used on the street so you can drive your car to and from the track without having to switch to a less aggressive brake pad. The special friction compound formula delivers a high torque values with lower wear rates than many other competitive brake pad materials. The HP Plus pad is material helps resist brake fade and has an extremely aggressive bite which will slow your car down quickly and safely. After all isn't that what a track pad should do?.

Note: The High levels of friction required to achieve "race level" braking performance may affect rotor noise, wear, dust, and pad life.