but almost everyone in this thread has no intent to take the car to the tracksomguy2u said:if you like the hawk pads but don't like the way they tear up rotors, a shop i recently visited who has a speedvision GT race team said they are going to start using a pad they started using at the track, i believe the name of the pad was "cobalt" he said they stop just as good as teh hawk pads but don't eat rotors.
example being on the same track stretches and smae rotors, hawk pads would eat rotors in one race, where as with the cobalts the rotors lasted 3 races, thats a significant improvement for nearly no loss in performance.
they are competatively priced as well
really? i didn't know that much about it, i just heard a great review with a real performance application to back the review up. he said he could get them for about $130 a set, not to bad. he didn't know about applications though, and nor did I.Dave said:I've spoken with cobalt about making an application for our car. Unless they can produce at least 40 it won't be worth their while.