The Hawk DTC-70 is the most serious member of the "Dynamic Torque Control" race pad family, with an average level of friction among the highest available and an incredibly linear pressure to torque relationship. The result gives the driver an unparalleled ability to modulate brake torque at the limit of tire adhesion, while keeping pedal effort low.
The DTC-60 series has a slightly lower friction coefficient and bite compared to DTC-70 but will last longer.
The DTC-30 compound was designed for dirt track racing, where steady and controllable yet strong braking force is needed. Slightly less extreme braking in exchange for longest life of the DTC series. Requires very little heating up to be efficient.
These pads are for RACING ONLY. These pads are unsafe for the street and thus should not be used on public roads.
-DTC-70: 500°F - 1600°F
-DTC-60: 400°F - 1600°F
-DTC-30: 100°F - 1000°F