The diagrams of the stator connections seem to be from a 16pole 12tooth stator, the 14/12 will be slightly different but the priciple is the same.
As for a simulation, I would need to know the magnet dimensions (height / width ) I think the advertised magnetic material is 45or 48MGOe so I would just use 45MGOe. I would also need the dimensions of the stator (tooth length, head size, outside diameter, inside diamter .. all that. I could probaby do a pretty good estimate from the images in this thread, but it is faster and more accurate if I don't have to guess.
Do you have a good drawing of the stator / rotor with dimensions? I have some time this week to model it up and share the results with everyone on this foroum which I imagine a few people are interested in, and it will be interesting to see how accuratly the simulation predicts the output waveform / kv.
Simulations for the different coil connection options will yeild predictable results, since the power will remain the same (there is no magic happening by connecting things differetly which allows you to put more current through the copper in each slot). The input voltage and current that the controller sees will change with the different connection methods for a given RPM, but their product / sum will always be the same. The waveform will also stay the same. the unpredictible part is how the controllers will handle the different resistances/inductances of the different coil configurations.
I rethought about the number of turns, as someone else said, each time the wire travels the length of the tooth that is considered a 1/2 turn so to get a 6.5 turn motor the start and the end of the coil around a single tooth wold come out opposite ends of the stator, which now that I picture it, is probably what you have done. So you do have a 6.5 turn motor, I just wasn't thinking straight.
This helped me picture how the coils were wound to get the 6.5 turns
Tooth 1: down slot 1 , back slot 2, down, back, down , back, down, back, down, back, down, back, down slot 1
Tooth 2: back slot 2, down slot 3, back, down, back, down, back, down, back, down, back, down, back slot 2
In each slot you end up with 13 conductors, or 13 turns on a pair of teeth whith both ends of the conductors at the front after the pair of teeth is wound. So I would say you are right and it is a 6.5 turn per tooth arrangement.
As for the connection for AJ's motor, going with delta connection to start would give you the most power available at low voltage (high current) hopefully your FET's are fast enough and everythign works. If you blow up a controller before even getting going you will need to rewind and connect in star, or add some inductors on the outside. I imainge it will be impossible to get all 6 conductors (both ends of each of the three phases) out of the motor casing since the wire is so thick, but if that were possible, that would probably be the best thing, since you could switch between wye and delta without any trouble at all. Having the 6.5 turn per tooth in WYE should give you about the same KV as the original 8turn in Delta.