Spent the day at Button Willow yesterday. It was in the 90's temp wise. So it was warm. I tested out a New to me brake pad. Powerstops Track day pad. I must say I was very impressed with this pad. With my braking style I eat pads up. Most of the time I go through a set of pads in a day. Hawks HP+ mostly. Bad dust, good cool bite but can fade when used real hard. Pagid pads are great but the price is bit steep as with most Race pads. Cold bite is passable but not great. Get some heat into them I they start to shine. Last for a bit too. They do however dust up pretty well. So what do you do when you want the best or closest to the best you can get for a afternoon of flogging your car. Powerstop's Track day pad seem to fit that bill well. First thing is the price. It would scare most away for being cheap. They are. My front pads set me back A whole $87 dollars. That's right, I said it. $87 bucks. I have to order a set off the Dodge Viper for the front because of my pads shape. Brembo f40/f50 calipers that were used on the FR500c/Fr500s Race cars. If you want to try it for the Stock Brembos it will run you $128.00 for the fronts. #PST-1001. Still a good price for what you get, the rears are $71.09 # PST-1465. What do you get for this price? Very good cold bite for the street. You don't have to wait for them to get warm. The bite is instant, direct and now. The modulation is excellent with good release characteristics. Drag is a non-issue. For track day use it gets even better. The harder I used them the better the bite. Heat of the day was never a Issue with these pads. If I rode the brakes or hard and deep, not a ounce of fade was present at any time. The Dust was less that the stock street pads. My wheels are not black with dust. Rotors look like they just broke in and never got that purple/blue color that they get when used real hard. Just a lite hint of blue. No gouging, no groves just nice smooth surface like a street pad on your Grandmother's Buick. The pads lasted all day. Down to about 16mm on the front So it looks like they will last for a while too. Also not to bad. What I like best so far? No noise. A chirpy sound once in a while, like a cricket, that's it. That's my whole $.02 on the pads. Give them I try and let me know what you think.