Your rambling on about function doesn't support you case against evolution. You are just throwing all that talk about motors out there as a smoke screen and hoping it will shake off some of the biologists. The function is a result of the evolution and not a description of the mechanism of that evolution.<quoted text>
Now you say it doesn't matter. OK.
There are a number of studies and reviews in the literature on the evolution of the bacterial flagellar motor. Several have been provided to you. You just ignore that and ramble on about how your argument from incredulity is shaking the pillars of evolution or some such nonsense.
Irreducible complexity doesn't hold up as a concept. If it did, there would be no guarantee that your jumping to a designer is the proper conclusion. You would still be left with no scientific way to support that. All you really have is a version of faith and a lot of misunderstanding about science.
By the way, there are different mechanisms powering different flagella. Not just the proton power that you ramble on about.