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Hawk Ceramic Brake Pads - for the SRT8

I've noticed different parts numbers for the Hawk Ceramic Brake Pads at different web sites even though they claim it is the correct part for the Challenger SRT8.

Does anyone have the correct part number for the front & rear for the 2008 Challenger SRT8.
What is the correct torque specs for the lug nuts?
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that's what I just ordered:
B563N.656
Hawk HP Plus Front Brake Pads 05+ 300, Charger, Challenger, Magnum, Jeep 6.1L

HB194N.570
Hawk HP Plus Rear Brake Pads 05+ 300, Charger, Challenger, Magnum, Jeep 6.1L

These are the HP Plus pads which are for trackuse.
I'll keep you informed how they perform after getting them.
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Originally Posted by lukester View Post
that's what I just ordered:
B563N.656
Hawk HP Plus Front Brake Pads 05+ 300, Charger, Challenger, Magnum, Jeep 6.1L

HB194N.570
Hawk HP Plus Rear Brake Pads 05+ 300, Charger, Challenger, Magnum, Jeep 6.1L

These are the HP Plus pads which are for trackuse.
I'll keep you informed how they perform after getting them.
Are these the ones everyone else has been installing to virtually eliminate that annoying brake dust. I do not plan on taking my car to the racetrack, just street use.
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I installed the Hawk Performance Ceramic brake pads on my Challenger.

Part numbers:
  • Rear - HB563Z.656
  • Front - HB194Z.570
The brake pads are a major improvement over the OEM equipment.
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These are the correct SRT8 pads...we have sold a bunch!
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You can also check with Tim at DCX Depot. He carries these pads at a fair price.
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Originally Posted by Rob440Magnum View Post
. . . What is the correct torque specs for the lug nuts?
According to the service manual it is 110 ft-lbs (all models).

Strangely, the owner's manual that came with my R/T lists it as 100 ft-lbs.
Check this out from the 'changing tire' section:

10. Finish tightening the lug nuts. Push down on the wrench while tightening for increased leverage. Alternate lug nuts until each nut has been tightened twice. The correct tightness of each lug nut is 100 ft/lb. (135 NĀ·m). If in doubt about the correct tightness, have them checked with a torque wrench by your authorized dealer or at a service station.


I set mine at 110 ft-lbs.
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I bought Hawk Perfromance Racing Disc Brake Pads (July 2009) and have now run them at a track event with success. The ones I got were:

Front: HP Plus: HB563N.656
Rear: HPS: HB194F.570

They are dusty, but would expect that with heavy short brake use. I was able to brake later with confidence and also tried trail braking into odd shaped corners with ease.

I have my former pads as spares.

At the track, they recommend 90-110 torque spec. I went with 110 as per the factory spec. No issues.
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Including a set to me yesterday!

I hope they are as easy to install as others have said.......
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