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Hawk Brake Pad, Humber, MGB, SAAB, Singer (D27)

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Brand: Hawk Performance Products

FMSI D027. Fits:
1962-80 MGB including 67-74 MGB GT and 75-77 MGB V8
1962-67 SAAB 850
1963-67 SAAB 96 / SAAB Sonnett

Ferro-Carbon is a unique, high-tech family of friction materials developed and manufactured by Hawk Brake for the racing community. Hawk Pads do not require an extensive "bedding-in" procedure. Keep in mind however, that all disc brake pads require a short period of bedding-in before being used to the maximum of their potential.

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HB132-BLACK-.580

Hawk Brake Pad, Humber, 62-80 MGB, Singer, Black .580

$120.99In Stock

HB132-BLUE-.580

Hawk Brake Pad, Humber, 62-80 MGB, Singer, Blue .580

$135.99In Stock

HB132-HPPLUS-.580

Hawk HP Plus Brake Pad, Humber, MGB, SAAB, Singer (D27)

$94.49Not In Stock
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HB132-HPS-.580

Hawk Brake Pad, Humber, 62-80 MGB, Singer, HPS .580

$64.99In Stock
 

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Been Running Hawk Blue in Vintage racing for years.

By Zipper

from Rochester, NY

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Comments about Hawk Brake Pad, Humber, MGB, SAAB, Singer (D27):

I run Hawk Blue pads in a Vintage MG race car. The performance has always been very strong and predictable. The wear life for me is about 8 to 9 events before I get nervous about the amount of material left on the pads. When I change the pads, there is still about 1/4 inch of material left, but why take chances... the cost for a new set of pads is not that bad and Pegasus usually has them in stock.

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