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Performance pads now available for the 2015 Mustang with the Performance Package!

Discussion in 'Wheels/Tires/Brakes' started by ruststang94, Mar 19, 2015.

  1. ruststang94

    ruststang94 Member Established Member

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    We are happy to announce that we now have high performance street and racing pads available for the 2015 Mustang with the performance package.

    Pads can be found here.. http://fulltiltboogieracing.com/2015_S550_Brake_parts.htm

    If you plan on driving on the track or just want to get a little more out of your brakes on the street a pad upgrade is a good idea. We have Ferodo, Hawk HPS, Hawk DTC 60 and Hawk DTC 70 available

    If you have any questions or want more information you can contact us at [email protected]



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  2. Shelbyman

    Shelbyman Member Established Member

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    Interesting that you posted an ad for more aggressive pads for the 2015 Mustang with the Performance pkg. I have that option and my brakes are way tooooooooo sensitive and grabby...put your nose on the windshield. I'm trying to find a way to take that out of the system. Larger master, less vacuum to the booster etc. I haven't done anything yet and would love to know if others are experiencing this same issue. Let me know if anyone has come up with a solution. Thanks.
     
  3. Todd03Blown

    Todd03Blown Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I have a '15 GT PP and the brakes are grabby right when you put your foot on them. Everyone I know that has a '15 GT PP reports the same issues. I am used to it now and has no impact on my driving my car. This is after 4 months of ownership.

    RustStang94 - The Hawk HPS pads for the street. How much dust do they generate vs. stock PP pads? I assume they have more bite and offer better stopping power?
     
  4. Shelbyman

    Shelbyman Member Established Member

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    RustStang94 - The Hawk HPS pads for the street. How much dust do they generate vs. stock PP pads? I assume they have more bite and offer better stopping power?[/QUOTE]

    Not quite sure how you could get more bite than the pads that come on the car. Thats my issue...too much bite. Well it might not be the bite so much as its the sensitive pedal.
     
  5. Budwise

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    The DS2500s have been great so far on the street, track time coming this weekend. Thanks Bruce!
     
  6. Shelbyman

    Shelbyman Member Established Member

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    I had my car out to Willow Springs last weekend on the 2.5 mile track. Car was very good at speed and the brakes worked very well all day. The pads that are on the car are good for track days but the pedal feel is still way too sensitive to give you a chance to heel and toe to match engine RPM to gearbox. I'm convinced its the boost to the pedal thats the issue and has little to do with the pad compound.
     

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