In the past when installing these Tortoise turnout motors, I had soldered all 8 wires to the PC board edge connector on the Tortoise then ran those to a terminal strip for later connection to the controls. This time I wanted to simplify things a little by having a terminal strip right on the turnout motor.
By straightening and then re-bending every other post on the terminal strip, the post can be made to align quite nicely with the holes on the Tortoise PC board.
After doing just one or two, I was able to do this very quickly and get them to fit perfectly in the holes. Once soldered they were solidly mounted to the PC board.
I am always concerned about being able to access things on the layout. This photo shows the orientation of the turnout motor the way one is done in my previous post. The screw heads are pointed down and the wire holes are pointed out the end.