Agreed, Torque tells the tale.
Using a torque meter, even my home made one, I can test in a small field all the way to full torque, keep it on the field, and be all trimmed for contest motors.
I already have my grandson using it. I don’t want him to waste time trying to count turns.
Of course, torque and turns compared together is useful for comparing one motor to another, but it is torque that tells the tale.
Opps! Repeating myself. A senior moment. 😆 😆 😆