Yes if you have reasonable soldering skills and DO NOT cut the larger EC4 connector off both leads at once unless you want to see localized lightning..... Cut each wire separately and solder on the new connector, then do the next one, keep live leads insulated with tape temporarily.Is swapping the connector easy.
@SkyVidTek haha yep... I made that mistake once and once only (see photo attached). Wire melted 2 of my fingers together. EC3 connectors can be a little more tricky to do then some other connectors. Mostly when re-inserting metal plugs into the plastic housings. Just take your time and use quality solder and make sure you have a helping hand or some other device to hold the metal plugs securely. View attachment 23222 View attachment 23223
I don't have a 920+ but as far as I know it is very similar to the H Plus! They both have the 16s controler I think! The only reason that is stopping me from getting the 920+ is availability and cost of spare parts.I ask a question on another thread. But you guys know alot. I can still return my tornado. With the batteries being a issue should I, or would you return your tornado if you could. Is it to old to own one now. What do you guys think
Thanks so muchI don't have a 920+ but as far as I know it is very similar to the H Plus! They both have the 16s controler I think! The only reason that is stopping me from getting the 920+ is availability and cost of spare parts.
I would have no problem in using aftermarket batteries as there are much better than the original ones.