I'm sorry, (again), but the motor is the problem, it's not capable of turning a prop of sufficient size to provide the required thrust. It doesn't matter how big an ESC you use, the motor will now get so hot that the permanent magnets can pass their Curie point, (which for N42 Neodynium Magnets in free air can be as low as 80 degrees C), and when that happens the magnets lose their magnetism and the motor will stop, or the windings will 'burn out', either way it's not a "good thing".
What's the maximum size prop you can fit?
If you can fit a bigger prop it opens up a bigger range of motors, but it depends on how big a prop you can fit.
e.g. a couple of motors on UnmannedTech here....
An APC 15x6 prop on a 3510 600KV size motor running on on 4S will give approx 1.7kg of thrust pulling 20A (300W)
An APC 14x4.7 prop on a 3510 600KV size motor running on on 4S will give approx 1.7kg of thrust pulling 22A (328W)
An APC 15x4 prop on a 3515 650KV size motor running on on 4S will give approx 2kg of thrust pulling 24A (252W)