people are attributing torque to the motor when it’s really decided by the esc and how many amps are put out. a bigger motor can put out more torque only when the stator steel of a smaller motor will become magnetically saturated and cant get any more magnetic pull. a tiny 90kv motor will put out more torque than a giant 100kv motor, per amp, only exception is when so many amps are put in the motor the relationship between amps and magnetic strength in no longer linear and the steel hits its magnetic limit of about 1.7 tesla and the little motor is then more so making heat and not magnetism.
especially if youre using a pulley system you have access to a gear ratio which makes torque no problem. you can get to any speed with pulleys and whatever kv as well. the contestable aspect is the CONTINUOUS power output. you could do 4000 watts with either setup if you feed the amps but how long can you do it before it gets too hot to continue and youre sinking into greater inefficiency, less range, and ultimately damaging the magnets.
Last video I saw the raptor was doing 150 motor amps… I don’t know what motor amps it is capable of putting out but if you want huge low speed torque that’s where it comes from