Originally Posted by ryan_m
5320 is 53mm diameter, the 4325 is 43mm diameter. The 5320 is a larger motor capable of handling more power than the 4325. That's really about it.
Power measured how exactly? Watts or Amps or what? Does this just mean that a larger motor can handle a larger prop assuming the same battery setup (cell count) and assuming the same or similar KV rating?? So a 5320-300 could swing a 20 inch prop on 8s while a 4325-300 could only swing a 19 inch prop? Just using made up figures to make sure I understand...