Hawk - HP Plus race - Front Brake Pads, 1995 Mk3 GTI VR6, 94-95 Jetta GLX, w/ 280mm discs
This product is unfortunately no longer available.
Fits the 1994-95 GLX VR6 Jetta with 280mm front disc (11") and 1995 GTI VR6 with 280mm front disc.
- *Please note - These do not have wear indicators and will cause the wear indicator light to illuminate unless the plugs are bypassed. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions on how to do this.
Hawk HP Plus brake pads are an excellent choice for those enthusiasts with a 'dual purpose' vehicle, wanting maximum performance for extreme street, autocross, time attack or 'track day' circuit events. Aggressive compound yields exceptional high-temperature behavior and stopping power. Highly recommended, and a shop favorite!
Hawk Performance’s HP Plus brake pad compound is ideal for Autocross and Track Day drivers looking for a high performance race compound that can take the heat of the track and get you home safely without having to change the pads.
HP Plus utilizes a unique Ferro-Carbon, high-tech friction material that was developed and manufactured for sport driving in autocross, Solo II and “track day” applications. The Ferro-Carbon formulation offers lower wear rates and higher torque values than other competitive materials.
Extremely high coefficient of friction makes HP Plus the perfect upgrade over stock for high performance streetcars used in autocross competition or that experience repetitive, heavy braking.
- Key Features:
- * Extremely High Friction Output
- * Fade Resistant
- * Worthy for Autocross & Club Racing Events
Warning! Due to the dramatic friction levels produced by this product to achieve "race-level" braking, rotor wear, noise, dust, and pad life may be affected.
All Hawk Performance HP Plus / Autocross brake pads provide a limited lifetime warranty, ensuring products to be free of defects from manufacturer’s workmanship and materials.
Hawk Performance burnishes its HP Plus 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.
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