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Hawk Performance Carbon Low Dust Brake Pads 92-96 Honda Prelude:4th Gen,s,si,se on

US $39.98

Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Condition:New Brand:Hawk Performance Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:HB144, HB144F.719 Surface Finish:NEW

Perfect for HONDA Prelude enthusiasts to replace and upgrade the brake system

HAWK Performance is known for their fantastic products and these brand new HPS (High Performance Street) brake pads continue the tradition.  

This set is brand new in the box and were purchased brand new for a 96 Honda Prelude (non vtec) and never installed.

NOTE: We also have the Hawk performance matching quiet slot brake rotors listed in another auction.

Trending online from approx. $71~90US


1992~96 HONDA PRELUDE non-vtec (all trims, S, Si, SE)

HAWK Part # HB144F.719


HPS Brake Pad Key Features: 
 - Increased stopping power 
 - High friction/torque hot or cold 
 - Gentle on rotors 
 - Extended pad life 
 - Low dust 
 - Virtually noise-free

High performance street compound can provide you 20-40% more stopping power, with higher resistance to brake fade than standard replacement pads!

Canada =  via CanadaPost regular mail ***pickup is available
US customers = Expedited shipping via CanadaPost
Global customers welcome

Trusted ebay seller, great communication and happy to answer any questions

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