HB247S.575 - Hawk HT (High Temp) Brake Pads


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Part #: HB247S.575
Notes: HT-10 Brake Pads
FMSI ID, D731
MSRP: $244.06
Your Price: $219.65

Specs

Caliper Type OEM
Thickness 0.575in

All Fitments

CADILLAC
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
2004 - 2008 XLR ALL V8 4.6 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; Northstar Engine;
2006 - 2008 XLR ALL V8 4.4 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; Northstar Engine;
2009 - 2009 XLR PLATINUM V8 4.6 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; Northstar Engine;
CHEVROLET
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
1997 - 2004 CORVETTE ALL V8 5.7 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; Chevrolet Engine;
2005 - 2005 CORVETTE ALL V8 6.0 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; N/R Engine;
2006 - 2007 CORVETTE BASE V8 6.0 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; N/R Engine;
2008 - 2008 CORVETTE BASE V8 6.2 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; N/R Engine;
2009 - 2013 CORVETTE BASE V8 6.2 N LS3 ALL Position: Front; N/R Engine; w/ W Engine VIN;
PONTIAC
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
2005 - 2006 GTO ALL V8 6.0 ALL ALL ALL Position: Front; N/R Engine;

Product Description

HT-10 (‘S’ Compound Code)
Intermediate to high torque with a smooth initial bite. Very consistent pedal feel. Excellent modulation and release characteristics.

  • High Temp Performance, 300-1300ºF / 149-871ºC
  • Intermediate to High Torque with a Smooth Initial Bite
  • Very Consistent Pedal Feel
  • Excellent Modulation and Release Characteristics

HT-14 (‘V’ Compound Code)
Very high torque with aggressive initial bite. Excellent modulation and release
characteristics. Brake pads designed for cars with extremely high deceleration rates and
down force.

  • High Temp Performance, 300-1400ºF / 149-971ºC
  • Very High Torque with Aggressive Initial Bite
  • Excellent Modulation and Release Characteristics
  • Brake Pads Designed for Cars with Extremely High Deceleration Rates and Down Force