Introdução

This a motor replacement guide for the Ryze/DJI Tello. It require fine soldering and very careful motor installation.

After installation of the motor connectors, future motor swap will be much easier.

Vídeo de Apresentação

- pull motor wires out of the arm/mount (does not require opening the drone or removing any screws). Pull the motor outs of the motor mount, not out of the main body.
  • - pull motor wires out of the arm/mount (does not require opening the drone or removing any screws). Pull the motor outs of the motor mount, not out of the main body.

  • black -> black, white -> white

  • blue -> black, red -> blue

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- fold wires to the side of the motor
  • - fold wires to the side of the motor

  • wires should be parallel and straight

  • each wire aligns with a small grovve, or both wires together in one of the larger grooves

  • for neater installation, wrap wires around the arms so that the connectors are meeting between the two struts of each arm

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  • remove the white pinions and discard, e.g. with small pliers or flat screw driver. Dont bend the shaft, be careful!

  • install propellers

  • CW - front/left & rear/right

  • CCW - rear/left & front/right

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Conclusão

Motor plugs should have been a factory default!

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Benedikt Haak

Member since: 18-02-2018

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If motor plugs should have been factory default, they was going to build it that way … now, because I watch your series of Truth about the TELLO I was unable to see properly the whole from the frame, when your motor simply broke from the tello frame, can you please share detailed picture about it, I mean if I’m going to change a motor I’ll do it like a pro and I will solder it like a stock factory stock, not doing such ugly stupid things like you did on your video …. So please share if the motors are plugable like or the simply broke the soldered contact and that’s why the motor simply fall down ? Thanks in advance …

cpurage - Responder

Hey cpurage, the motors are not plugged in stock form. They are soldered to the flight controller, and the solder joints are covered with silicon. When the motor is ejected in a crash, the wires snap near the motor.

If you can are able to route the wires from a replacement motor through the frame and solder them onto the stock solder pads, more power to you! With some modeling and soldering experience, that will be easy for you.

You can use these motors: https://micro-motor-warehouse.com/produc...

They have the same internals, but longer wires.

Benedikt Haak - Responder

This guy has method that doesn’t require a ugly plug dangling outside…

https://youtu.be/UKFtdnQN2Jk

kevin - Responder

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