I have a sensored setup in my ST, and a sensorless setup in my MT.
The sensorless is faster, for sure, but it's not nearly as smooth.
The easiest way to explain a sensored system's "feel" on the trigger is that it feels just like a brushed motor, but faster.
It took very little time for me to adjust to the sensored system coming from the brushed system in the same truck. The feel of it was the same, it was just faster.
The sensorless system doesn't seem as refined, but it is faster.
Oh, I also don't know if it's just me...but the sensored motor runs a bit hotter. I've read that this isn't uncommon, but I'm not sure how common it actually is.
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