It depends on what the speakers are. Are they expensive prised posessions, or something you would like to play with? If the former, forget it.
The idea that changing out a tweeter requires an advanced engineering degree and an exotic European name is absurd!
Tweeters are not critically matched to the enclosure they are mounted in, (as woofers are) and therefore are much more suitable for experimental changes. The replacement tweeter should have the same impedance as the old one, and have a low frequency range as low or lower than the old one. Having the same sensitivity would be nice, but this is easily adjusted by changing the tweeter padding resistor of the crossover. Read up a bit on crossover networks because you may want to diddle it a bit.
It ain't rocket science! We have very sophisticated mathematical methods and computer tools that let us design speakers so that, before they are built, we know they will sound good. Then, after they are built they are tweeked, to a considerable extent by ear, so that they sound excellent. Since tweeking is usual in any case one can start with that, especially if you are working with an existing speaker that is necessarily "in the ball park".
Fear not! Have fun! Become an expert!