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Old May 29th, 2007, 05:42 PM   #11
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yes the track is great, much more "technical" (= challenging) than Thunderhill.
About the pads, I don't know the Hawk pads, so it's hard for me to compare...

Originally Posted by WC13
That looks like a really nice track!!

I was debating between the BHP XBS (~$350) and Hawk HPS pads (~$210).

It sounds like from your reviews that the BHP may be worth the extra $140. Correct?

Thanks for your review and input on these pads!
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