I’d reach out to hawk directly. That’s really weird. The shape on their website is very different. I haven’t seen that before.
@neowylde You want to go w/ the 180/453. Same pads/brake design for model years 04-14. Why they split the coding into different chassis years is unknown.I get 180 and 453. They are rear and front. I do not get 452 listed for those years.
But I'm not a Hawk fan - even though they are on my 05. Running em didn't help that feeling.. They do work . . .
Not a problem. At the end of the day, regardless of driving style/needs; brakes are a very essential component of any car. If cost is not of top priority, having better brakes is never going to hurt.Thanks for your recommendation @MikeO I've never had Hawks before , just been reading from other threads , and STi owners that they've been good.
I use the car for street driving and some spirited driving and not for any racing. Never heard of Endless before but if they have better pads for A-B driving road driving than the Hawks I'll consider, just need to find where I can get them I Canada What do you think of DBA rotors? What do you recommend for regular road / spirited driving setup?
Thanks for your help!!
Thanks @Jay11STI for your recommendation, I'm trying to find Project Mu's in Canada. What are the part #'s for the front and rears? are they PBF906 and PBR906?+1 for Project Mu B-force pads and DBA rotors. This is my second time around with this combo since I liked it so much. I've driven this set up daily, and spirited driving, mountain roads, country back roads, and even the legendary Tail of the Dragon. These brakes have served me well.
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Based on my own personal records for my 2011 sti, the part numbers I used are as followedThanks @Jay11STI for your recommendation, I'm trying to find Project Mu's in Canada. What are the part #'s for the front and rears? are they PBF906 and PBR906?
Thanks @Jay11STI Do the Project mu's come with shims? or do I need them?Based on my own personal records for my 2011 sti, the part numbers I used are as followed
Fronts: PMU PBF906
Rears: PMU PBR906
Seems like you have the right numbers.
They dont come with shims. I've just been reusing the same shims that came with the OEM pads.Thanks @Jay11STI Do the Project mu's come with shims? or do I need them?