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Hawk DTC-60 Rear Brake Pads
Subaru STI 2004-2017 / Mitsubishi Evo / OEM Brembo Applications
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct is proud to supply you with a set of brake pads worthy of competition use.
On this page, you are looking at the Hawk DTC60 Brake Pad which is a competition-oriented brake pad designed to provide the stopping power needed for those of you who participate in high-performance driving conditions.
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Upgraded to these pads (F and R) with Centric Cryo-treated Rotors for Track days in my Stock 2006 STI, on Michelin PSS. I have primarily been running at Mid-Ohio, typically 5 sessions of 20 minutes and getting 6-7 hot laps in each session . I had started out on my Street use Hawk HPS pads, and tried HP+ as my first upgrade, before moving to these. The HPS were great street pads, but would fade significantly with increased temps on repeated hot laps, as expected for a street pad. The HP+ were horribly noisy at all times on the street and track, and likewise could not handle the temps being put into them by a 3300 pound car, as they led to hot-spot deposition on the rotors, and significant judder under braking after 3-4 hot laps. The DTC-60, had no such issues on the track. They held up to the heat and I experienced no fade through the day. Plenty of power to allow me to allow me to confidently brake much later than before. I had minimal noise with these as well, which was pleasantly surprising. Occasionally when hot I would get a small chirp, but not anything like the HP+, which sounded more akin to a freight train skidding to a stop each time you even looked at the brake pedal. The DTC-60s held up so well that I didn't have to "think" about my brakes and was able to trust them to work predictably all day. They have a smooth initial bite and great modulation (Whereas the HP+ had a very aggressive initial bite, and due to this, I felt had a narrow window to modulate, with them feeling very off/on). With my current tire set up I could overwhelm the tires, and kick on the ABS if I pushed too hard on the 60s, but they were predictable, and I felt much easier to threshold brake. I will be upgrading tires in the coming season, and may move to 70s in the front with 60s in the rear if I find I need a bit more power, though overall I am VERY happy with 60s on front and rear currently. While these are not meant for routine street driving, I had no issues with them using them to get to and from the track during the warm months. Obviously the Stopping power is notably less when cold, but still sufficient to stop your car, you just need to be aware that they won't bite as hard when stone cold.