Pavement design with mechanistic approach has been rapidly developed since the last three decades. Since 1970's bituminous mixes characteristics has been understood better with the discovery of testing equipment(s), such as Direct Shear Rheometer (DSR) and Universal Material Testing Apparatus (UMATTA) that can directly determined the modulus of asphalt and mixes. Some models also parallelly developed for the same purposes which are determining asphalt stiffness modulus (Sbit), such as: Van der Poel Nomogran, and Ullidtz, formula and mix stiffness modulus (Smix), such as: Bonnaure et.al (1977), Asphalt Institute (1982) and Nottingham (Brown, et. al. 1984). Within the frame of thinking of improving asphalt material performance with local modifier, the research aims to evaluate the suitability of the model to examine the result for mixes with pure (fully extracted) asbuton of asphalt binder. The modification that expectly could improve Sbit and Smix was done with adding 8% by weight of pure asbuton to the Pen grade asphalt in wearing course mix. The research result is hopefully could give significant contribution to the asbuton research in term of model suitability indication, that originally used pen grade, to predict the value of Sbit and Smix within the mix of wearing course that used the pure asbuton modified asphalt.