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I just got a G&G combat machine and I would like to upgrade it. My budget is 100$. I play at an indoor cqb field and I already have 370 fps so I do not need to upgrade my spring, but I would like a slightly higher rof. (without buying many high speed parts) BTW, I usually go to a semi/burst only field. Here are the parts I have been looking at: Lonex A1 http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?cPath=745_31_50&products_id=12468 16:1 gear set http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?cPath=745_31_49&products_id=14821 Piston http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=12409 Mosfet http://www.evike.com/products/49578/ Can I please have some advise on taking apart my gun/putting it back together? This is my baby and do not want it to break. Thanks! P.S. What size bushings does my gun take? I'm pretty sure 8mm but I don't know.
I have been looking at a G&G Combat Machine M4 with RIS. Is it good? I am looking for a gun with 360-400 FPS, pretty fast rof, and I need it to be DURABLE, RELIABLE, and can withstand dropping and bumping around. The durablity is the key thing here. My last two 200$ AEGs have broken in the last month by dropping, or randomly after shooting about 20 bbs the motor disconnects and gearbox locks. I am going to a CQB place and range doesn't really matter but weight really does. Is this gun light? Thank you in advance and happy to see the results!
Hello everyone, I run a BurstWizard3 in my AEG. Last night, I was looking at the manual when I found out there is a feature called Pre-Cocking. I was wondering what that is and if it can increase my ROF or just increases trigger-response. Thanks!
Alien Airsoft High Speed Motor Review Hello forum! Today I will be reviewing the Alien Airsoft High Speed Motor. In this review, we will go through the motor's packaging and performance out of the box (or bag, in this case). Performance will be focused on the trigger response and ROF. Packaging: Comes in a plastic bag. Done. Picture below. First impressions: First thing I noticed when taking this motor out of the box was that everything that contained iron sticks to it when it comes into contact, ranging from the gearbox motor cage to some screws. Just to show how strong the magnets are, here is a picture of a keychain being supported only by the motor's magnet inside of the gun's grip. Also, the motor had a red dot on the post of the motor spring that is closest to the positive plug. It is industry standard, but still a nice feature . And, just for reference, here is the motor inside the motor cage. Note that it has a red endbell with a silver can, leading to some people to suspect it is a rebrand of King Arms or ZCI. I have yet to testify. Performance: With the motor installed, I quickly rushed to test it out and the first thing I noticed when trying it out with a 9.6 volt battery was that the trigger response was instantaneous, along with the ROF which went up to 20 RPS which is around 66% more RPS than stock. Testing with a 8.4v battery gave less significant results,with 15 RPS compared to stock 11 RPS (around 36% increase) with a okay trigger response. Tests: Stock Motor, Partial Charge: Upgraded motor, Partial Charge: Upgraded motor, full charge: All tests preformed with: 8.4v battery and 9.6v battery (battery swap also in video) M100 spring (stock) 18:0 gears (stock again) As you could see here, the motor gave a crisp trigger response and ROF. Conclusion: I would recommend this motor as it is avalible from UN company for just $19 USD right now (http://www.uncompany.com/pageproductdetails.asp?prodid=35064) and even at non-discounted price ($33 USD), it preforms well against it's competition (eg. The GP2000 speed motor) at a similar price.