Hawk Performance Ceramic Rear Brake Pads 2010-2014 F150 / Raptor
More Stopping Power without the Noise
One of the best upgrades you can make to your truck when it comes to its brakes is a new set of pads. And if you want a quiet, OE-style ride to go along with improved braking, then Hawk's Performance Ceramic brake pads are what you need for your F150's front brakes. As their name implies, these uprated brake pads use a specialized ceramic friction compound that improves stopping power and bite, decreases fade, and maintains quiet braking operation all in one set of high-quality brake pads. Hawk's pads are a flawless fit onto your truck and are a perfect choice for the daily driven truck that needs a nice boost in stopping performance without ruining your smooth ride.
Low-Dust, Low-Wear, and Improved Braking System Function
Hawk's Performance Ceramic friction compound was designed from the ground up to be the perfect solution for street-driven vehicles that need improved braking with no hassles. The unique formula generates extremely low levels of dust, road noise, and wear for both the pad and your F150's rotors all while giving your truck better stopping power and improved ABS function over your factory semi-metallic brake pads. This complete set of pads drop right in to your stock brake calipers and are 100% compatible with stock rotors and factory-sized aftermarket rotor designs.
- 2004-2014 Ford F150
- 2010-2014 Ford F150 Raptor
HPS Ferro-Compound Features:
- Increased Stopping Power
- Increased Rotor Life
- Extended Pad Life
- Ultra-low Dust
- Extremely Quiet
- Stable Friction Output
Lifetime Warranty: HPS-Performance Front Brake Pads come with a limited lifetime warranty from Hawk, ensuring products to be free of defects from manufacturer’s workmanship and materials.
Important Notes: Hawk Performance burnishes its High Performance brake pads as a final step in the factory, but all brake pads have to be bedded-in with the rotors (new or used) 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.