Compounds are listed generally from least to most aggressive. If you are unsure what pad would work best for you, please do not hesitate to call us!
The Hawk HB136.690 comes in the following compounds:
The Blue 9012 Racing compound exhibits medium to high temperature and torque control. It is a great multi-purpose pad and is especially useful for lighter weight cars. With excellent modulation and release characteristics, it is no wonder this compound is a best seller with the SCCA!
The HT-10 compound is a great pad for intermediate drivers that want a streetable pad that still offers superior performance. It has a very smooth initial bite and provides a consistent pedal feel. The HT-10 delivers medium to high torque over a significant temperature range to help increase your track day performance.
The DTC-60 compound is similar to the DTC-70 brake pad, but has less torque and initial bite, and improved pad wear. It is a great choice for lighter weight front axle applications or for a split friction set up (especially when paired with the DTC-70). The DTC-60 demonstrates excellent torque control that the DTC series is known for, providing first-rate modulation and release characteristics. Overall this is a great choice for cars needing high deceleration rates, with or without down force.
The DTC-70 is Hawk Performance’s top-of-the-line racing brake pad compound. It exhibits high initial bite and torque, while still providing superior pad and disc wear. The DTC-70 has exceptional torque control, with superb modulation (controllability) and release characteristics. It is no wonder that this compound is at the top of Hawk’s DTC series.
Common Vehicle Fitments:
|E36 (Excl. M3)
For more details on Hawk Performance products, including complete fitment guides, please go to our Hawk Brakes Information page.