There is a lot of confusion regarding this wheel. First it was said that it was an MSP with an MSX engine. This experiment has already been done by phantoms ----> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4ZDSJo1DU0&t=144s
But the truth is that the MSP engine is not that of the MSX, Daniel Kot of EUCService has said it on facebook and other channels. It is a 2300w motor different from any Gotway. This together with a modification of the MBS is what turns MSP into MSS. All of this is detailed in the WrongWay review. However, Daniel Kot is reluctant to give many details about the modifications, and it is normal that this is the case, he wants to protect his business.
The maximum speed is noticeably higher than that of MSP, but it is not sure that the torque is higher. Adam from WrongWay in his review, as well as Daniel Kot from EUCService on facebook say that MSS has higher torque than MSP, but the data does not guarantee it safely:
WrongWay's Adam measures a 4.8-second MSS torque of 0-50km / h -> https://youtu.be/WMc4SBaqYp0?t=358
But, Kuji Rolls measures a MSP torque of 2.33 seconds from 0-50km / h -> https://youtu.be/QMQpDH_IXhU?t=363
Thus, it could be said that MSP has almost twice the torque of MSS. But also, Adam measures the MSP torque, and the result is about 7 seconds, more than double the Kuji measurement to the same wheel -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xx0W1svSYrQ&t=
Therefore, the influence of the rider's technique is important, and there is still no reliable comparison. The truth is that many of us find it hard to believe that an MSP is capable of having more speed and more torque, replacing the motor with a other less powerful 200w motor.