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Old 08-29-2012, 02:05 PM   #1
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Default NEW Project Mu HC+800

Hello Everyone!

Its been about a month since we introduced the NS400 and HC+800 brake compounds to the North American market and the reception on these pads have been nothing short of tremendous!

For those who are looking for the best street & track brake pad on the market, look no further than the HC+800! Users have complemented on its excellent modulation characteristics while being able to provide fade free performance on the race track. Furthermore, these are still considered "street" brake pads so they can be safely daily driven on without the worries of having to heat up the pads for cold bite, unlike true racing brake pads. Incase you were wondering about the specs of these pads, here you go:

Project Mu HC+800
Temperature Range: 0-1472 Degrees Fahrenheit
Friction Coefficient: 0.43-0.58
Material: Hyper Carbon Metal
Use: Street, HPDE/Track Days, Autocross, Rally



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Old 08-30-2012, 10:37 PM   #2
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Any forum reviews on these versus HP+...?
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Old 09-20-2012, 07:25 PM   #3
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I have the Hawk HP+ on my wrx right now and I just recently picked up the HC+800 for my s2k. I previously had the ferodo ds2500 and hawk hp+ on my s2k before the HC+800. Here is my review on them...

The only good thing I can really say about the HP+ is that they have a high initial bite, other than that they fade way too quick on the track and wear rotors quickly. They dust alot and make some noise but that doesnt bother me as any performance pad will be like that.

The PMU HC+800 is more comparable to the ferodo ds2500 although I prefer the HC+800 in every aspect. I have faded the ds2500 several times on the track before and they leave pad deposits.

The HC+800 havent faded on me yet, they provide excellent modulation and wear really well. They dont quite have that extreme initial bite that the Hawk HP+ has but it still has a very strong bite. This compound is easy to modulate and I still cant get over the fact that these pads didnt fade in 104 degree ambient track temps! I daily drive on these now and they do make a little bit of noise but cold bite is excellent and they arent harsh on the rotors. I have to say that these are by far the best dual purpose pad on the market.

Incase youre wondering where I purchased these from, I got them from Evasive Motorsports
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Old 09-20-2012, 07:27 PM   #4
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I must also say, that I run street tires (Advan AD08) with the HC+800 pads. When I switch to NT01's, i run a dedicated race pad. I hope this review helps!
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Old 09-21-2012, 12:37 AM   #5
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^ Thanks for the write-up! I haven't noticed increased rotor wear with my HP+, but I do watch it carefully. I haven't faded the HP+, either, but I'm a relative track newb (3 track days total).
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