Nope. Brushless motors are 3 phase AC-DC (3 wire). The ones in Chuck's link are 2 wire DC motors.
Because those motors are trying to turn the prop at 52,500RPM, but they don't have enough torque to make it happen. That strain causes heat, and that heat in turn increases resistance and therefore amp load which will eventually fry the motor.
Those motors are rated at 17500kv (which means their no-laod RPM is rated at 17,500 RPM per volt). Try a motor with a MUCH lower kv rating. Even low tripple-digit kv rating around 400 - 500kv should be convincing on 3 volts (1200 -