Tools:

  • 3mm Allen T-Handle
  • #2 Phillips Screwdriver

 

Process

Place the board on a riser that hangs the wheels off the table.

 


Use the 3mm Allen T-Handle to remove the 6 screws holding on the battery box. Put the 6 screws to the side.

 


When all 6 screws are out, grab around the board holding the un-attached battery box to the deck. Carefully flip it over.

  

 

Grab the battery box and flip it over.

 

 

Notice that the motor wires coming out of the battery box will now be crossed.

 


Use the #2 Phillips Screwdriver to remove the 6 screws that hold the lid onto the battery box.

 

 

There is a light bead of silicon holding the lid to the battery box. Use the box cutter to cut this. Lift the lid off of the battery box.

 

 
Verify that all motor wires are correctly plugged into the speed controller.

 

   

Make sure all connections are correct and firm.


Note: On some newer replacement motors the connections may differ from your original motor: red-red, green-green, blue-blue.

 

 

Turn the board on. Turn the controller on. Pull the trigger. Make sure the wheels are spinning the correct direction (counter-clockwise). If the wheels do not turn or turn backwards, re-check all connections.

Put the lid back into place. Use the #2 Phillips Screwdriver to tighten the six screws that hold the lid on. Don't worry if the lid won't mount completely flush with the top of the battery box. Any additional height will be absorbed by the foam underneath the deck.

 


Flip the battery box over.

  


Grab the riser box. Grab the battery box and deck and flip the two, places them on the riser box.

 


 
Use the six battery screws to secure the battery box to the deck. Put a drop of loc-tite on the threads of each. You may have slide the deck around slightly to line up the deck holes with the battery box mount holes.

 


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