Originally Posted by UN4RACING
Any resistance like the sintered.? And how long has it lasted so far.?
My neo the rotor started slipping on the shaft. That was weird.
I'm running the 13.5 with a sintered rotor (purchased separately). It cogs WAY more than the Novak 13.5, both with the standard sintered rotor and the 13mm. I really, really like the way the LRP motor feels. It's got a lot of grunt out of the turns, but it seems like smoother grunt, so it's not as jerky. I definitely prefer its feel over the Novak. That said, I haven't tried Novak's 13.5 with the new 13mm rotor yet, and I suspect it's going to make the motor feel much like this LRP does.
If Novak goes to a removable harness, we can buy the ones offered by other companies and avoid the rainbow. Plus, the wires used in LRP and Orion's harness maintain their shape when you bend them, more like normal wires. This is nice when trying to keep them out of the way.
I can't say that the LRP motor is any faster or slower, though. I just believe it has a more natural feel. We'll see how it goes with the Orion. I'm looking forward to trying it, if nothing else, because of the sound it makes. :-)