torque and speed specifically?
torque in the motor is limited more so by the iron core than the coils. at some point the strength of the magnetic field which is being made by the coils, and then empowered by the iron, becomes too much for the iron core and it reaches magnetic saturation and further current ends up not increasing the magnetic field but turning to heat.
speed is just a function of the voltage and kv or kt which is determined by how many turns of wire there are, the kv and kt are inversely related.
the current to your motor is more so decided by the esc.
what are you trying to find out?
something often overlooked is you can get just as much torque or speed out of a motor and it just depends how it’s wound. it could have 33 turns of wire, and will need less amps to get that torque (but increased heat as those many turns of wire will have more resistance) or you can have few turns of wire and need more amps. You can run a motor with these different turns of wire, with the same motor case and magnets and everything else, and get the same performance if you adjust the voltage and amps you feed it. same performance meaning same amount of heat to torque or power. although actually if you wind it with too many coils you’re going to be reducing the speed and that will decrease power as speed x torque equals power.
One doesnt have more torque or speed than the other, just different windings which would need different mixes of amps and voltage to get what you want generally