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Hawk Ceramic Pads / ADDED: Observation

Can someone please confirm the correct P/N for Hawk Ceramic Pads for the '12 SRT8 392?

I'm seeing conflicting fitment info on several websites, but I think these are the correct ones:

HB563Z.656
HB194Z.570

Which one is the front?

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looks like 656 is front and 570 is rear
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looks like 656 is front and 570 is rear

So, these are the correct P/Ns?

HB563Z.656
HB194Z.570
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I opted to go Ceramic on the Challenger because of experience with my Camaro.
When putting in the Hawk Ceramics, I noticed that the Dodge OEM pads generate a lot less dust than my OEM Camaro pads do.
Brake Dust on the Camaro's rims are very noticeable after a few days.
Brake Dust on the Challenger's rims are scarcely noticeable even after weeks of driving.

Anecdotal conclusion:
Ceramic Pads on the Challenger to minimize brake dust may be of minimal value and an unnecessary expense.

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Do they help with the brake squeal at all, that's my biggest issue.

Originally Posted by RiChallenger View Post
I opted to go Ceramic on the Challenger because of experience with my Camaro.
When putting in the Hawk Ceramics, I noticed that the Dodge OEM pads generate a lot less dust than my OEM Camaro pads do.
Brake Dust on the Camaro's rims are very noticeable after a few days.
Brake Dust on the Challenger's rims are scarcely noticeable even after weeks of driving.

Anecdotal conclusion:
Ceramic Pads on the Challenger to minimize brake dust may be of minimal value and an unnecessary expense.
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Do they help with the brake squeal at all, that's my biggest issue.
Dunno yet, gotta get the missus to go with me; I have poor hearing. She complained about squealing
on my Camaro with Hawks, but I couldn't hear it 99% of the time.

...I sure can hear my Daughter's Taurus, though. lol (no Hawks)

I did it mostly for the brake dust mitigation; but excessive brake dust doesn't seem to be an issue for my car at least.

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Hawk Ceramics have passed the Missus test; she hears no squeals.
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Perfect ill be picking some up next month.
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Where did you pick urs up?

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Hawk Ceramics have passed the Missus test; she hears no squeals.
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