Originally posted in a thread by Sublimecat
Today I installed my Powerstop pads into the Hellcat. I did this to reduce the brake dust problem without compromising the brakes. I used the pads recommended on the Powerstop website and purchased through Summit Racing. Z23 Evolution Sport Brake Pads Power Stop
Jacked the car up using the ZL1addons jack attachment. That worked great, I would recommend it if you do your own maintenance. I removed the wheels on all corners. The calipers do not require removal to change the pads. Tools I used include rubber mallet, .145" punch, screwdriver, rag, 13mm socket and ratchet. Starting on the front, drive the pins out of the caliper using the punch and mallet. Ensure the punch is centered on the pin or you will damage the coating on the calipers.
Once the pins and spring clip are out removed the center pin and bolt using the 13mm socket and ratchet. Bolt is about an inch long in the back then the pin comes out the front. Sorry for the blurry pic.
Once the pads is up a little ways they lift right out.
The install in reverse order. Insert the new pads.
Reinstall the center pin and bolt, spring and pins. I torqued the bolt to 30ft-lbs. I have no idea what the spec is but that's what the breakaway torque was. Pins come in from the back, catch tabs on the pads and capture the spring. Use the rubber mallet to drive the pins in ensuring everything is aligned properly. Ensure the pins are driven in so the pins protrude approximately the same distance they were before you removed them.
Piece of cake, even a cave man can do it! Make sure you follow the instructions to bed the pads.