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I need a replacement motor for my Protocol Manta. Anyone know where to find a motor(s) for them?

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Its actually quite simple if you follow what I say. I am assuming that you removed them all and forget where they go.
Usually, the two front rotors are a lighter colour, but opposite in pitch/rotation.
What you must not forget is that all propellers must only try and pull upwards, that is blow air downwards.
Then power the model without props and make each motor run (or all 4 together without any props. Note on a piece of paper the direction of rotation of each motor, mark front at the right place on the paper!
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By the way, the motors are often sold as four, each one with its own position, but in fact the motors are either turning CW or CCW.
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Someone here may already know for certain....
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