I have just been forced to enter the unknown on my 2011 Evora S in braking world. Ever since my 2010, same as the '11, I have run Hawk DTC 70 (HB585U.660) on both the front and rear. They worked fine with stock rotors because of the minimal diameter difference. On the rears, you use 100% of the surface and the outside pad lapped the inner edge ~1.5mm. That just flaked off as the pads wore down. A few years ago, I installed the Ultrdiscs on the fronts and had no pad issues. Now I decided after 30 days on a set of flat rotors to install my rear Ultradiscs. Houston we have a problem. That inner edge just contacts the hardware when the caliper bolts are fully snugged. DAMN!!! It appears that our rear pad size is a bit of an anomaly, of course , and I will have to change pads to a special rear size. No biggie. Seems the only option are the EBC. I would like to know if they are the same quality as the Hawks which have been VERY reliable, predictable, and durable and powerful. Do we have any other race endurance options out there??
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