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Hawk HP Plus Brake Pads; FMSI ID, D482 MAZDA RX-7

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Part #: HB158N.515
Notes: HP Plus Brake Pads
MSRP: $99.51
Your Price: $63.12


Thickness 0.515mm

All Fitments

Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
2003 - 2005 6 ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL Position: Rear
2003 - 2003 PROTEGE MAZDASPEED L4 2.0 ALL ALL ALL Position: Rear
1984 - 1985 RX-7 GSL-SE R2 1.3 ALL ALL ALL Position: Rear
1986 - 1991 RX-7 BASE R2 1.3 N ALL ALL Position: Rear
1986 - 1991 RX-7 TURBO R2 1.3 T ALL ALL Position: Rear
1987 - 1987 RX-7 BASE 2+2 R2 1.3 N ALL ALL Position: Rear
1990 - 1990 RX-7 GXL R2 1.3 N ALL ALL Position: Rear
1990 - 1990 RX-7 GXL 2+2 R2 1.3 N ALL ALL Position: Rear
1993 - 1995 RX-7 ALL R2 1.3 ALL ALL ALL Position: Rear

Product Description

Hawk HP Plus Brake Pads are the choice for autocross, Solo II and track day events.

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 still get them home safely. HP Plus utilizes a unique Ferro-Carbon, high-tech friction material that was developed and manufactured for Autocross, Solo II and Track Day applications. The Ferro-Carbon formulation oers lower wear rates and higher torque values than other materials.Wide and linear torque makes HP Plus the perfect upgrade over stock for high-performance streetcars used in autocross competition or that subjected to racing-style, heavy braking.


  • Low to mid temp range
  • Fade resistant
  • Smooth and predictable torque
  • Ideal for autocross & club racing events

  • Optimal Range: 100° – 600°
  • Min/Max Temp: 100° – 800°
  • Torque: Low

Product Reviews

Excellent pad for street and track, Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Ive been using the HP plus on my RX7 for some time, and I love its initial bite, and long life. They do dust like crazy, but the return is worth it in the pads ability to handle track duty and street driving. I had my last set for 4 years, and they saw about 30,000 miles, including 1 track day, and about 30 auto crosses. I have also used the HPS, and I much prefer these. They do dust more, and can be a bit noisy, but still handle the track better than everything but an all-out race pad.