Yeah, pretty easily infact. Im sure there are threads aroud with details.
To the op you should match pads to the intended use. Unless you are going to be hitting some very high speed road racing events or like to drive stupid fast down mountain roads then you will never need the all out power and heat capacity of a hard core pad.
For almost all of us what really matters (even if we dont know it) is feel. Hawk HPS pads offer great feel and a linier pedal along with better than stock heat capacity while being kind to rotors and not overly dusty.
Look for recomendations for your purpose (likely daily driving and ocasional spirited driving) and peruse Google for opinions on specific manufacturers that make pads to suit your car.
there are no "perfect" pads, just good pads for your needs.
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