Brand: Hawk Performance Products
Fits Alcon CAR22 calipers, Wilwood IR-GT calipers (Wilwood shapes 7616 in .620 thickness and 7620 in .778 thickness), and several Brembo calipers (X2.040.01/04, X9.066.91/94, X94.75.11/14, and XA4.10.01/04 - Brembo pad shape B08). These calipers were used on some F3 and Formula Atlantic cars including the Swift 008 and 014a (0.620" thickness).
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.
Blue (E): Medium/High torque racing compound with medium initial bite. The wide temperature range and good brake modulation have made it the #1 pad material for SCCA. Recommended for Production, IT, F2000, Formula Ford, S2000, CSR, and DSR. 250-1000° F.
DTC-50 (V): High torque racing compound with high initial bite. DTC-50 bridges the gap between DTC-60 and DTC-30. Very wide temperature range with a predictable rise in friction. High-temperature fade resistance makes DTC-50 a favorite choice in endurance racing. Recommended for vintage Trans-Am, Formula Atlantic, F2000, F3000, Pro Sports Prototypes, and stadium super trucks. 300-1400° F.
DTC-60 (G): Very high torque racing compound with high initial bite. DTC-60 was developed as a rear pad to be used with DTC-70 on the front, but it has also become popular as a front pad on lighter cars. Available only for a limited selection of popular racing calipers. Recommended for Trans-Am, GT1, CART, Formula Atlantic, F2000, F3000, and Sports Prototypes. 400-1600° F. Recommended replacement for PFC 01 Compound.
DTC-70 Compound (U): DTC = Dynamic Torque Control. DTC-70 has the highest friction of any Hawk Brake racing compound, but with an aggressive, controllable initial bite and excellent modulation and release characteristics. The highest temperature range of all Hawk compounds (400 to 1600°F / 204-871°C). Recommended for heavy sedans or formula cars with high downforce. Recommended replacement for PFC 11 Compound.
HT 10 (S): High torque racing compound with a smooth initial bite. Works well as a rear pad with HT 14 in front. Recommended for sedans, sports racers, and formula cars with downforce, including GT, Formula Atlantic, F2000, F3000, S2000, CSR, and DSR. 300-1600° F. (HT 10 is the recommended replacement for Wilwood H compound.)
HT-14 Compound (V): Very high friction and temperature range (300-1400°F / 149-760°C). Recommended for high horsepower sedans and formula cars with downforce.