Thanks to a friend of mine I was able to locate the Celestron Focus Motor for sale and was really excited to get my hands on it.
I have an EdgeHD 925 with an EdgeHD x.7 Reducer and a Celestron Off-Axis Guide, what could POSSIBLY go wrong right? ... Well it doesn't seem as easy as I was hoping it's going to be.
I followed the instruction manual in the preparation, and when it came to installing the focuser to my surprise I couldn't! The Reducer was in the way by a mere millimeter! After a bit of force and adjusting the positioning of the reducer I was able to insert the focuser in, and it was extremely difficult to manage securing the two screws due to the angle the reducer is pushing it against. Once I had everything good to go and started working on setting up the software side of things... I found out that the driver for it was not signed and I had to do a bit of fun around with Windows to resolve this problem (you'd think a system that was JUST released would have a signed driver but alas..) Finally I got the software to work I click on the connect, it connects, I click on "BEGIN" calibration the focuser moves a bit than stops to find out that it's pretty much obstructed from making further motions due to the angle it was installed pushing against the reducer.
The moral of the story here it seems that if you are using a reducer (which I don't think anyone is not for AP) there will be problems. If someone figured a way around this PLEASE let me know.