Hawk Mustang GT PP Talon Drilled & Slotted Front Brake Rotor - Pair (2015-2021)

$135.99 (28%)
Hawk HTC5383 Front drilled & slotted rotors for 2015+ Mustang GT are sold in a pair and a great improvement over OE discs.
Part Number: 164 HTC5383
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Hawk Performance drilled and slotted Talon street rotors are a direct fit for your performance package equipped 2015+ Mustang GT. This set includes both left and right front rotors measuring 14.96 inches diameter and 2.52 inches high.

Slotted & Drilled. All Talon rotors are designed for the street to provide great performance and life. The cross-drilled holes improve wet braking performance and help dissipate heat faster than solid rotors. CNC machined slots reduce NVH (Noise Vibration Harshness), keep pad surfaces clean and expel debris that could effect brake performance. 

Premium grade alloy. G3000 casting material prevents rotor warping and premature wear. These high carbon rotors are designed to have optimal bedding and performance with Hawk ferro-carbon pads that are not compatible with ceramic rotors. 

Proprietary coating. Hawk's Magni coating ensure quick and easy bedding when proper procedures are observed. For cars that are street driven, this barrier provides the superior salt spray corrosion resistance and a lifetime of great looks with OE or custom wheels. 

Features & Benefits:
  • Cross drilled & Slotted
  • Magni coating barrier
  • Balanced low NVH
  • Easy bedding
  • Front driver and passenger side
  • 14.96 in. diameter x 2.52 in height

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Hey everybody Brian from Steeda reviewing the Hawk Talon Drilled and Slotted Rotors for S550 Mustangs equipped with Performance Pack Brembo Brakes. Hawk Performance has been supporting the racing industry for a number of years and as you know when it comes to racing it also typically applies to the street. Not necessarily that your going to use race components on the street but there are a lot of things that are derived on the race track that get passed down to the street. Hawk has a number of brake pads and obviously you can see that we have rotors in front of us when we highlighted already that we're talking about the Talon Rotors but just to give you a backstory on Hawk as far as offering Ferrocarbon High Performance Brake Pads and they've been doing this for a number of years. So they are great at seeing what's happening in the industry and as far as OEM Rotors vs. aftermarket Rotors vs. 2 Piece Rotors and honestly simply seeing a niche spot in-between those 2 Piece Rotors and OE. So we look at the Hawk Talon Rotors as being an OE plus upgrade for the factory pieces. One of the things that stands out right away is that there cross drilled and slotted and this is important especially as your applying a lot of heat to the front brakes weather it's canyon runs, autocross events or track days, these rotors will dissipate heat better and because there slotted and drilled what that ultimately means is as the brake pads start to dust and release that dust vs. a solid rotor where that dust can become trapped between the rotor and the break pad and as it heats up it starts to create a real smooth surface that's called Glazing Your Brakes. Well the idea behind the cross drilled and slotted effect is that it allows that dust to be removed from the rotor, it clears from the rotor and this means cooler temperatures, less glazing, more consistent performance weather again it's canyon runs, on the race track depending on what type of brake pad you running, they will dissipate heat better as well as that dust and prevent glazing give you that more consistent performance. Hawk was very calculated with the placement of the cross drilling on the front rotor in particular and they spread them out. The idea here is so that if by chance you get some stress risers from each of the little openings in the rotor, they aren't going to be close enough. In addition any time you can keep more material between the cross drilling locations well cracking is less likely and your consistency as far as heat within the rotor, well remains more consistent. Building on our statement about strength and ability to handled high heat scenarios Hawk cast these of high carbon steel, so you know there is strength in the material as well. As soon as you get these things similar to so many of the Steeda parts that hopefully you've ordered as well take a look at the fronts and backs of these because you will see immediately as far as the detail that they put into the casting process these things look phenomenal. Every edge is clean! From an enthusiast stand point as well as a practicality stand point the Hawk Talon Rotors are really a great option. They're sold as a pair and are slightly more expensive then the factory rotors but offer a lot more the factory rotors. Again nothing against the factory pieces, they've done you well this far but obviously if your watching this video your going to get into situations where your really pushing the car to it's limits and the braking system to it's limits. If you have a GT or Ecoboost that you've put the Brembo Performance Pack Calipers on this is a great way to go. All be it there not quite as light as a 2 piece rotor setup, they also don't carry the price tag of a 2 piece rotor setup. We're sure that you also noticed right away that these are coated. Hawk utilizes Magna Coating to finish off their rotors. The idea her is to keep them looking nice, and again lets face it we're all enthusiasts, we all want a performance car but we also want to look back at it and not see this outer edge of the rotor all rusted after a rain storm. So they coat them to keep them looking nice through the duration of there life. Weather you’re looking to replace the factory rotors on your street car like Rods doing on his Q500 or getting ready to go to the race track or a combination of the two defiantly checkout the Hawk Talon Drilled and Slotted Rotors. They do offer these for Performance Pac as well as none Performance Pac options. We know a lot of you as your doing the Performance Pac Brake upgrade to your Ecoboost or your V-6 or your GT base This is a great option a great way to go in conjunction with those Brembo Calipers. We've also tested these at great length and you'll see this in Chris's video we're he and Jamie headed out to the FIRM and put these things through their paces in our Ecoboost. Don't be to judgmental of our Q350 this thing really hauls around the race track! You'll see Jamie testing different brake pad compounds on these rotors and the whole point here was to test different temperatures to see how the rotors held up. Really a cool video! So I'll leave it at that, defiantly check it out. If you enjoyed the content of this video please Click Like and Share it with other enthusiasts. Hit the Subscribe Button and Ring that Bell so that you get notifications of upcoming videos as we release them. Visit Steeda.com to learn about these and so many of the other parts that we offer for the Mustang and other Ford vehicles. Follow us on Social Media to see the latest and greatest things we're doing with our Mustangs. Thankyou so much for watching. Steeda, Speed Matters!
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Fitment & Features


Manufacturer: Hawk Performance

Installation Information:

Level of Difficulty: Medium
Install Time: About 1 Hour
Tools Required: Basic Shop Tools

Vehicle Fitment:

Fits Model Year: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
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