Hawk HPS Rear Brake Pads 2004-2011 F150 / Raptor
Greatly Improved Stopping Power and Less Fade
If you're building a high-performance track truck, off-road truck, or just want more stopping power on your street truck than your typical ceramic pads, then Hawk's HPS "High Performance Street" brake pads are just the thing you've been waiting for. These pads are some Hawk's most popular across their entire brake pad lineup and are the go to choice for aggressive F150 builds that see plenty of street driving. The HPS pads provide up to 40% more stopping power than your factory semi-metallic brake pads while keeping fade down to a minimum. So, if your 2004 to 2011 F150 goes pretty fast, but needs to stop in a big hurry, Hawk's HPS Brake pads are your winning ticket.
Brake Compound Designed for Aggressive Street Trucks
The Hawk F150 HPS series of brake pads use a very specific and specially formulated Ferro-Ceramic friction compound that provides your truck's braking system with huge initial bite and more stopping power than stock. While the HPS compound is extremely powerful, it's still fairly easy on your truck's rotors and produces low levels of dust and reduced pad wear. While slightly louder than Hawk's Performance Ceramic Pads, the HPS series is extremely quiet for a performance brake pad to help maintain your truck's smooth, quiet ride. The HPS pads fit your truck's factory calipers as drop-in replacements for stock and will work with your stock rotors, as well as stock-replacement aftermarket rotors.
- 2004-2011 Ford F150
- 2010-2011 Ford F150 Raptor
HPS Ferro-Compound Features:
- Increased Stopping Power
- High Friction/Torque - Hot or Cold
- Gentle On Rotors
- Extended Pad Life
- Low Dust
- Virtually Noise-free
Lifetime Warranty: All Hawk High-Performance Street Brake Pads provide a limited lifetime warranty, ensuring products to be free of defects from manufacturer’s workmanship and materials.
Important Notes: Hawk Performance burnishes its High Performance Street 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.