I have all the stock stuff on my bench, if you need any other pics or measurements let me knowPerfect, I forwarded that to Hawk
And veloster N uses its own pad that will not interchange.Hawk looked into it. They have nothing for us at this time. They did not realize that was the pad being used in the 2019-2021 Veloster turbo models, 2018-2020 Elantra GT turbo models and 2020-2023 Forte GT turbo.
I was surprised to find that the 2017 to 2020 Elantra sport also uses a different brake pad .And veloster N uses its own pad that will not interchange.
If you lookup Elantra GT1.6 they list the same part numbers as the Forte and Veloster as well.Powerstop is the only manufacturer that has front and rear pads at the moment. They list the same part number for the Veloster Turbo with our Forte GT. The Elantra GT and Sport lists different part numbers. I'm surprised nobody else have front pads for the Veloster other than the N.
Yeah I feel the same; just hammering hard from high speed. But definitely disappointed after the Abarth; so light I never had any issues with the brakes lmao.8000 on mine as well, they were fine until I hooked up the Dragy my kids got me for xmas. a couple 1/4mile runs at 95mph down to 30mph is not good, I know that was what overheated them. I did not notice too much issue with the 1/8mile runs (78mph) down to 30mph however.
I replaced both the rotors and the pads on my 21 GT for PowerStop. However, the part number for the font pads was incorrect everywhere I looked for them. Even on PowerStop's own page. The correct part for the front was: Front Pads: SKU# 58101 M7A10 – Z23-1855Since you have your oem front brakes off can you verify this is the correct front pad design? I am talking to Hawk technical support trying to see if they have an application that fits our cars that is not listed.
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For the near future Hawk has nothing to offer. He forwarded our request to the next level but it does not mean they will make them. Just have to check Hawk's site again in a year I guess. I wonder if the stock 2019-2021 Veloster turbo pads are a different compound that might fare better than the ones we have?Hope these pictures are of help, and if you find that Hawk has a product for our cars, let me know,
Thanks. Looking forward to seeing if they have something for our cars in the near future.For the near future Hawk has nothing to offer. He forwarded our request to the next level but it does not mean they will make them. Just have to check Hawk's site again in a year I guess. I wonder if the stock 2019-2021 Veloster turbo pads are a different compound that might fare better than the ones we have?
Then, they fit the GT? But these are OEM. So, does that means the Hyundai OEM is better than the Kia"s?These are the Veloster pads 58101-J3A10 list is $143, not cheap
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