So @torqueboards recently released their 4100 6390 motor and it got me thinking. Is there any real benefit to these motors compared to their 6374 motor other than the 20kv difference? Since the focox can only handle 60A continuous (and from what I have read burst current is pretty much irrelevant in a sealed enclosure), the bottleneck is the speed controller and not the motor, right? The maximum power a focbox could deliver at 12s is ~2800W so any motor more powerful than 3000 watts should be irrelevant.
Can anyone with a 4000+ watt motor answer any of these questions?
Also, it would seem that if you have a 3p battery that can produce 60A continuous, there is no increase in the amount of continuous power that can be generated between a dual motor versus a single motor drive system, right? I know logically this would be the case, but I want to know if people have different experiences in real application.