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  • Hawk DTC60 now available for Infiniti P11 front brakes!!

    After talking with the right people at HAWK, they have gone ahead and decided to make the DTC-60 compound for the P11 stock front calipers.

    www.raceshopper.com carries them.


    I'm not sure if anyone here roadraces a p11 or a p10 with upgraded p11 carriers but thought I'd share the info.

    The part number is:

    Hawk DTC60 for 99-02 Infiniti G20 (or 2000-2001 SE 2.0 Sentra)!

    Fronts = HB268G.665
    Last edited by ibid; 01-19-2009, 09:43 AM.
    - 1995 Infiniti G20t 5speed track beastie for PTF/TTF
    - 1994 Sentra sr20de soon to be PTF/PTE
    - 1995 240sx SE 5spd (fun summer car)

    ~ ABS and traction control are for people who can't drive

  • #2
    Have you used the DTC60's on track?

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    • #3
      not yet, have you?

      so far I have only used Hawk Blue, HT10 and HT12 (with HP+ in rear) as far as HAWK pad brand goes


      DTC60 and DTC70 are newer compounds.

      I will be ordered a set of front DTC60s to try out though for this season...
      - 1995 Infiniti G20t 5speed track beastie for PTF/TTF
      - 1994 Sentra sr20de soon to be PTF/PTE
      - 1995 240sx SE 5spd (fun summer car)

      ~ ABS and traction control are for people who can't drive

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ibid View Post
        not yet, have you?

        so far I have only used Hawk Blue, HT10 and HT12 (with HP+ in rear) as far as HAWK pad brand goes


        DTC60 and DTC70 are newer compounds.

        I will be ordered a set of front DTC60s to try out though for this season...
        Nope, not yet.

        I have only used BHP's (now out of business) in my 240. A bunch of Carbotech stuff before then.

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        • #5
          I loved carbotech but hated the expensive price.. back when I tracked my 911 I was using Pagid YEllow and Pagid Black...

          Tried porterfield once before (no interest in trying again)
          - 1995 Infiniti G20t 5speed track beastie for PTF/TTF
          - 1994 Sentra sr20de soon to be PTF/PTE
          - 1995 240sx SE 5spd (fun summer car)

          ~ ABS and traction control are for people who can't drive

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          • #6
            I've tried them at a small course "time trial." More like a big autocross with 3-5 laps at a time.

            They require more heat than an HT-10, but are super easy to modulate, and are pretty rotor aggressive when cold. Not Hawk Blue rotor aggressive, but I would definitely think twice about driving to an event more than 100 miles away with them installed. Their cold response seemed to suck more than I remember HT-10s on my M3, and there is a very abrupt torque change when they get up to temperature. It's enough to lock your front wheels if you're anywhere close to threshold braking when they come into their own.

            I haven't had extended experience with 'em, but they seem to be a pretty nice pad for a pure track car. I think I'm going to go with an HT-10 for my next set on the Nissan for a little more street usability.
            '18 Chevrolet Volt - Electric fun hatch for DD duty!


            DefSport Koni Sleeve and Spring Perch Buy!!!
            http://www.nissanroadracing.com/showthread.php?t=5902

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            • #7
              okay.. We only change at the track anyway (unless we are trailering) so that won't be an issue.
              - 1995 Infiniti G20t 5speed track beastie for PTF/TTF
              - 1994 Sentra sr20de soon to be PTF/PTE
              - 1995 240sx SE 5spd (fun summer car)

              ~ ABS and traction control are for people who can't drive

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              • #8
                You should like them then. They seem like they can take some heat and then some.

                I'm just a lowly DEer that's driving the car to events, so it's not the ideal pad for me.
                '18 Chevrolet Volt - Electric fun hatch for DD duty!


                DefSport Koni Sleeve and Spring Perch Buy!!!
                http://www.nissanroadracing.com/showthread.php?t=5902

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                • #9
                  Which pad do you run, Def? I'm strongly considering the HP plus with brake ducting on 300ZX calipers all around. I also only ever do DE type events. Basically, it's a free for all track day, with max speeds of ~95mph on my car(350whp).
                  Cory B.

                  "Driving a race car as fast as possible is all about maintaining the highest possible acceleration level in the appropriate direction."
                  http://www.youtube.com/user/nissanfanatic240

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Cory View Post
                    Which pad do you run, Def? I'm strongly considering the HP plus with brake ducting on 300ZX calipers all around. I also only ever do DE type events. Basically, it's a free for all track day, with max speeds of ~95mph on my car(350whp).
                    I have ran the HP+ on 300zx calipers and had no problem but I only have 165 hp but are not limited to a top speed.

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                    • #11
                      HP+ is a great 'drive to/from' the track pad if you don't want to change pads at the track and want something streetable.

                      I have HP+ in the rear and never change them (that and the rear last me a year regardless of the fact that I put over 4k track miles on the car)
                      - 1995 Infiniti G20t 5speed track beastie for PTF/TTF
                      - 1994 Sentra sr20de soon to be PTF/PTE
                      - 1995 240sx SE 5spd (fun summer car)

                      ~ ABS and traction control are for people who can't drive

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