I have to ask...What are you using for a speed controller?
An 80-100 wound with 5 turns 3-in-hand 15-awg wire, terminated delta will give you 212-Kv.
Wound with 4 turns, 3-in-hand, 14-awg, delta...will put you at 265-Kv..
Those suggestions are about the best I can wind onto the 80-100 stators.
If you're serious about max power, forget the 80-85. It is only 70% of the bigger motor... + more copper loss with the increased % of end turns. Bigger wins the HP race every time.
If your going to load these things down in a racing scenario I would design a slipper clutch into your drive line, so you may adjust the absolute maximum load the motor can draw. Even if its an outboard motor...your going to need a monster controller to feed these lil' monsters.
Have fun & good luck.
& please do keep us updated on your progress.
I luv's me some racing
Reading thru a couple of your posts, looks like your running a XieChang (ecrazy man) controller. You are
going to be having some throttle cutting issues with a hot wound motor listed above.
You may have to mod the current sensing circuit to get the function your looking for. Depending on the board version...you are going to need to change the value of the R43 (if the qf1 transistor it populated) or the R44 if otherwise...I used to add a resistor across the c20 capacitor, but newer boards have not had that section of board populated.
There are schematics here:
https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 25#p252810
Are you comfortable with electronics?
I only know enough to be dangerous...& then look really stupid