IMHO any sintered brake pad is going to be harsh on the rotors, some more so than others. I've had OEM and EBC on my Road Glide and put EBC pads on the wife's sporty, but haven't ever used the Lyndall Golds (although many swear by them as the best pads ever). I put EBC organics on the Sporty last time because I wanted to try and minimize some of the wear on the rotors and the bike doesn't get ridden that often anyway. But they don't stop near as well as the OEM pads did. I think brake pads are kind of like the oil debate........ once you use something that works really well for you it becomes the best ever.
On my pickups (which average about 35K miles per year) I use ceramic even though they aren't ideal for towing boats or trailers, but the trade off is high mileage out of the pads and the rotors. The wife's performance cars always get sintered, but I have to count on new pads and rotors every 25K miles.
I personally don't think you go wrong any way you choose as long as the brake pad type is compatible with the system you're installing it on, and understanding that excellent stopping power often comes at the expense reduced longevity of your pads and rotors. After all, they do rely on friction and sacrificial material working between the two.
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