You will see from the pics and you will know what they actually are ^^.
All I see is a collection of blurry pics of an unlabeled green-anodized inrunner motor.
I can't see the winding job, wire gauge, stator lamination thickness (assuming a slotted motor), air gap, magnet properties, bearing quality, or overall machining and workmanship. These are things that never make it into the spec sheets but set some motors high above others. There's a reason Mega, Neu, Plettenberg, and others are able to charge so much for their motors- they CAN'T be copied and sold cheaply.