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Fleischmann BR 94
(Art. 7093) to 12V coreless motor
Fits Fleischmann Art 7093 and similar models
What you need for conversion set
- The model and upgrade kit
- Small flat screwdriver
- Soldering iron 15W/25W
Installation time: Around 30 minutes
The BR 65 is been used here as an example. Installation of the BR 91 and BR 94 follows the same path.
Remove the screw on the bottom of the model and remove the upper body to reveal the chassis.
Take apart the motor casing at the back of the locomotive by lifting the tabs of the metal bracket.
Contents of this offer
Remove the black, plastic worm from the old motor’s shaft. This can be done with your fingers or the Tramfabriek gear puller. Push this worm on the brass adapter supplied with the kit. The push on the new motor shaft. It might be needed to glue it to the shaft to hold it in place, use Loctite for this.
Solder the wires to the contacts on the model. Note the colour of the cables. If you would swap the wires, the model would drive in the opposite direction of all your other models. Then place the motor assembly onto the chassis and place the metal clip. If you have trouble hooking the tabs, make sure the motor is aligned with the model chassis.
Reattach the upper body to the chassis, with the new motor in place, by screwing it back together.
Question? Just reach out!
Before closing, perform a test run.
Give it one final check and this steamer is ready to face a new and long future…
This motor upgrade kit can very well be converted to DCC. See for suitable decoders here. Check the digital setting page, for many decoders, to get the best driving experience.