There are two vids I know of that show how. One on a Creo and one on a Levo. If you could have taken an infrared vid of me doing it for the first time things would have looked very "hot" cuz I was concerned about killing my $10K bike dead. If I had to do it a second time I am guessing it would be around 20-30 minutes in or out. I took it slow and easy and it all went fairly smoothly; just six bolts for the motor and two for the battery, and then unplugging battery from motor (easy). I also wrapped the now exposed battery connector in bubble wrap and stuffed back up into the down tube. You do have to jockey the motor a bit to get it to come out of its tightly seated spot in the frame. Two things to note: The bolts have Torx 30 heads so you gotta have good tools and it seemed a little too easy to possibly strip them as they did not seem as deep as could be in order to crank on them hard and keep the Torx tool engaged. And after putting 5 of 6 bolts back in I noticed a black spacer on the floor of my garage. Turns out one of the long motor bolts requires that spacer and none of the other 5 do. Easy to see where it goes but don't forget it and I think easiest to reinstall that bolt first. Lastly it makes sense to cover the now open battery bolt holes with tape or something to prevent water from entering the down tube.
On my bike I could get to bolts without removing crank arms or chainring. Think Sworks models require those to come off. Good luck.
Levo is similar to Creo but not the same but the combo of the two vids show the steps.