Have a noisy K'nex motor!?? I did, and after following this instructable, you will have a motor that is ten times quieter, and runs much smoother, with bit more torque!
This instuctable is created for the average person; that they can do with household supplies, while more professional tools can be used in place of others at will.
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Step 1: Initial diassembly
-With your #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the screws holding the motor case together. They will be hard to "crack" the factory bond the bolt has the first time.
They are all the same size, so no marking of the locations of the screws is required.
-Pull the case apart, it should separate easily!
-snake the motor out, the wires will be somewhat stuck and twisted around near the wire outlet hole.