From digest.v7.n290 Wed Sep 17 14:40:29 1997
From: "Carl Buckland" <buckland_at_xmission.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 1997 11:13:21 +0000
Subject: Brake Pads for the Track
> CARLOSDE_at_aol.com wrote:
t it rained after
> > my 2nd session and my pretty white M-3 started rusting (staining) from the
> > Hawk blues !!!!! Do all Race pads have this problem !!!!
> > carlos
Marc F responds
> PFC's dont do that. I think the 83's 90's or 93's work as well or better
> then hawk blues too.
I have had the same problem with Hawk blues, and that is one of the
reasons that I guit using them. They are dirty, noisy, and don't
work any better than the PF 90's that I now use. I think that the
Performance Friction 90 pads are the ticket, and have not seen ANY
downside to them. They work well cold (better warmed up, of course),
they are clean(er), they are quiet(er), and easy on rotors. Mine
have at least 1000 miles track time, and still have at least half
thickness left. They are more expensive to purchase, but in the long
run, they are cheap.
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