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Hawk HPS Brake Pads; FMSI ID, D755 MAZDA 626


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Part #: HB489F.630
Notes: HPS Brake Pads
FMSI ID, D755
MSRP: $98.76
Your Price: $67.02

Specs

Thickness 0.630mm

All Fitments

MAZDA
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
1998 - 1998 626 ES V6 2.5 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front
1998 - 2002 626 LX L4 2.0 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; Rear Disc Brakes;
1998 - 2002 626 LX V6 2.5 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; Rear Disc Brakes;
1999 - 2001 626 ALL L4 2.0 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; Rear Disc Brakes;
1999 - 2001 626 ALL V6 2.5 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; Rear Disc Brakes;
2002 - 2002 626 ES V6 2.5 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; Rear Disc Brakes;
2003 - 2003 PROTEGE MAZDASPEED L4 2.0 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front

Product Description

The Hawk HPS Brake Pads unique ferrocarbon formula was developed for street performance using the safety and quality of aerospace and motorsports severe-duty friction technology.

High-Performance Street disc brake pads are legendary for increasing stopping power on street-legal vehicles. Increasing the performance of your vehicle’s braking system is easy when you choose Hawk Performance’s HPS braking compound. The High-Performance Street compound oers a higher coeficient of friction over stock brake pads and can provide you 20-40% more stopping power and higher resistance to brake fade than most standard replacement pads. Less fade means you will have better pedal feel and more consistent performance in a durable brake pad that generates less brake dust.

Features:

  • Aggressive torque
  • Great rotor & pad wear life
  • 100-700°F operating temp
  • Virtually noise-free
  • Smooth braking feel
  • Consistent brake release characteristics

  • Optimal Range: 100° – 500°
  • Min/Max Temp: 100° – 700°
  • Torque: Low

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