The Mustang and Ford models alike have become the most prolific in American performance cars for the last half-century. With models like the F-150 Raptor, Focus ST, Shelby GT350 & GT500, Boss 302, and Mach 1, all of them put out the pursuit of creating the most valuable driving experience unlike any other in the automotive world. Notably, the Mustang is known for producing high horsepower and torque, which will generate speed, unlike any other segment's performance vehicle. To handle all this horsepower and acceleration, you're going to need the brakes, brake pads, slotted rotors, and stopping power, which is where Hawk Performance comes in clutch to help all Mustang enthusiasts.
Since 1993, Hawk Performance has been a critical factor in the braking segment for enthusiast pursuing confidence when it counts most whether you're at your local autocross, road course, or carving out your favorite mountain road. But to go full send in your Ford-based vehicle, whether it is a Mustang, F-150, Focus, or Fusion, you're going to need excellent stopping power. That's where Hawk Performance braking comes into play to help your stallion come to a halt when you need it most. To aid in stopping power, Hawk provides a plethora of braking options, including race-style brake pads, drilled & slotted rotors, and components to build braking power that can aid in handling at every turn.
When you think of Ford Performance vehicles, one word comes to mind, "Performance," which has been the cornerstone of the original pony car and Ford vehicles. With thanks to Carroll Shelby, the horsepower wars we still see today continue in full force. But no matter how much horsepower you have, you need to have the same amount of stopping power to keep all of it under control. Where Hawk Performance comes into play for Mustang enthusiasts, since their founding in 1993, they have been the forward thinkers and engineers to create a mindset of providing stopping power for any purpose in the world of Mustang.
If you are a Mustang, F-150, Focus, and Fusion enthusiast who expects the best of everything in their vehicle, look no further than the wide variety of brake pads from Hawk Performance. They offer three levels of brake pads for the street, a mix of track and road, and then full-on race brake pads. To match this performance, they recommend combining their drilled and slotted rotor to provide more heat dissipation while providing more brake bite at the same time. While delivering more brake performance, it is also the most significant safety point when things go wrong rapidly. Combining these will help your stallion in every performance area and break you later while gaining better lap times.
To learn more about how Hawk Performance brake components can help your Mustang come to a halt, contact one of our performance specialists for more information or order your brake parts.
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