G-locs from what I hear are basically carbotechs. The Gloc guys are ex-carbotech employees. They even use a similar nomenclature mindset to aid customers which is why I like the carbotechs. They start XP8 go to XP24 and it is easy to go up and down the line to find where you want to be. I've been running CT's clubracing for 2 decades. On the s550 GT XP24/XP12 and they work not quite as well as the XP20/XP12 combo on my Ex Racer C5Z06 Vette. Is that pads or brakes on the relative chassis I do not know not running anything else on the mustang.
But CT has gotten crazy expensive. Front PP1 S550 XP24 pads are $350+!!! Lots of people race the Hawk DTC series and those are 1/2 the price! The DTC-70/DTC60 combo is what I'm trying next. The front DTC70 is $180 bucks.
One complaint on the DTC70 is they eat the rotors. For those who run the DTC70 is this true? I'm into my 2nd year of racing on the 2 piece V3 PFC rotors and Carbotech XP24 pads! That's awesome rotor wear considering the mustang is a much heavier car than the vette. Carbotechs have always been kind there. I used to get a year+ of racing out of my Stoptech 2 piece rotors on the vette. If the Hawks eat rotors then the cost saving is not there.
What are you guys seeing in rotor wear vs. pad choice?
I am also curious to know from others what they've discovered on the DTC 70s. I am also considering running DTC 70 (F) and DTC 60 (R).