The spinner is simply pressed on. Pull the spinner directly forward while firmly holding the plane at the firewall. Once removed hold the prop by hand and use a wrench to loosen the prop nut. The propeller should slid off but may need to be unscrewed. To re-install, just reverse procedure. The prop needs to be firm or snug only. Do not over tighten. Be sure to press the spinner back on lined up with the prop blades. Then go fly
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there are some motor mounts offered for super cub which will fit exactly the holes on the nose of the plane just google it. There is a kit offered on ebay with esc and receiver. I believe 1000 kv would be enough for the plane especially with the floats it might need more power although the bigger propeller that comes with the floats would be sufficient. Personally I would change the motor only if necessary, although my receiver broke and I think i will change everything on the inside. hope to have answered your questions partly
Pull spinner off by placing finger tips under lower edge of spinner between where prop comes out and pulling straight off. The spinner on tight so it takes quite a bit of pressure. The plastic is quite strong so don't worry about breaking it.
G o back to your manual. I had this problem also. The procedure must be followed properly. First, make certain your throttle is in the off/down position. Second, turn on transmitter. Third connect battery. Once you place the battery in the enclosure and lock the cover you should be working properly. Last but not least, when finished flying, remove the battery BEFORE powering off your transmitter. You must follow these steps. You can NOT leave the battery in the plane when not in use.
Take a look at your owners manual. It should have a parts diagram in it. With the manual in hand take a good look at the self propel assembly. Make sure every thing is there. It could be a spring came off, or belt broke. You might have to take off some covers to check. If you are somewhat mechanically inclined it shouldn't be a problem. I suggest taking a photo with a digital camera to make sure you get everything back the way it should be. Also in your manual it might have a troubleshooting page.
If you mean the throttle is stuck at full all the time. Bad news! All electric airplanes can be prone to feedback into the electronics. If the prop stops suddenly when you are under power, the current meant for the motor will feedback into the power mosfet and switching diode. Unfortunately when that mosfet blows, it usually fails in the full on position. Time for a new receiver or a soldering iron.