Steeda Now Carries DBA Rotors & Hawk Brake Pads

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Hello All:

We are continuously expanding out portfolio offering new products weekly. We are now happy to let you know we have DBA Rotors & Hawk Brake Pads

We'll continue to update you as new & exciting products are added to Steeda's portfolio.

Best Regards,

TJ





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Hello All:

We are continuously expanding out portfolio offering new products weekly. We are now happy to let you know we have DBA Rotors & Hawk Brake Pads

We'll continue to update you as new & exciting products are added to Steeda's portfolio.

Best Regards,

TJ
Would the Hawk HPS pads be an updgrade over the stock Performance Pack stuff when I track my car. I think for next track day, I need different pads/brake fluid...got a little squishy at end of day 2 so I'm looking for some help.
 

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Would the Hawk HPS pads be an updgrade over the stock Performance Pack stuff when I track my car. I think for next track day, I need different pads/brake fluid...got a little squishy at end of day 2 so I'm looking for some help.
No, not really. HP+ would be a mild upgrade though. They squeal quite a bit for regular street driving though, as long as you're ok with that.
 

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No, not really. HP+ would be a mild upgrade though. They squeal quite a bit for regular street driving though, as long as you're ok with that.
Yeah, don't care about the squeal. I'd be swapping pads for track, then putting the stock stuff back on after track day.
 

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Yeah, don't care about the squeal. I'd be swapping pads for track, then putting the stock stuff back on after track day.
If you're going that route, there are better options:

Carbotech XP12/XP10 or G-LOC R12/R10.
 

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If you're going that route, there are better options:

Carbotech XP12/XP10 or G-LOC R12/R10.
Awesome, thanks. I've heard about the Carbotechs. I'll look into those :thumbsup:
 

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Awesome, thanks. I've heard about the Carbotechs. I'll look into those :thumbsup:
Recommended setup is at least XP12 front, if not XP16. Depends on your experience/talent level.
 

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Recommended setup is at least XP12 front, if not XP16. Depends on your experience/talent level.
I only run in blue group right now. So experience isn't the best, but not the worst either lol. But, I plan on doing at least 4 more days worth of track time this year, so hopefully I get better. I know I need some brakes and better wheels/tires. Want 285 square set up
 

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