Can you share a video of your motor tests?

That would be inspiring

Hmm I should have said I only have computer simulations of it because I need a constant current power supply instead of constant voltage power supply , there are some power supplies which use voltage shaping to reduce torque ripple but for me to build a power supply for that kind of power is way too expensive, I'm not an EE I can get away with building simple circuits and programs let's say for lab equipment tools but not this , the IEGBTs alone cost close to 1000$

Now on to the EM theory, I have proven that the lorrentz law gives the coulomb force for constant speed, the experimental force for acceleration and it follows the wave equations just like the equations of maxwell , so the most basic law in all EM is the F= q v x B equation

does the magnetic or electric flux moves with speed c since this is the radiating speed for EM waves?

not really

if an electron goes on a circle then the flux has angular speed larger than the speed of light how is this possible if it violates relativity?

relativity only applies for objects with energy density

but don't EM waves carry energy density?

not themselves