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  • #16
    Re: A guide to upgrading AEGs, please use before asking questions.

    Originally posted by jagillham View Post
    If you want it to explode into a million parts.....

    A 9.6v battery will give you plenty of extra speed. With a G&P M120 motor you'll be looking at 23 a sec with 8.4v and nearer 30 with the 9.6v.
    Hmm, I Don't follow that as I've used a G&P M120 and the ROF is about 24 on a 9.6 and more like 20 on an 8.4.

    Also, I've been using a Systema Turbo motor in my P90 with a 9.6v battery; getting around 28RPS (before upgrading her with other parts) - does this mean my motor's dying?


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    • #17
      Re: A guide to upgrading AEGs, please use before asking questions.

      whats a good piston head as ive got a aluimium piston but i need a head any advice on which one is good as i havnt got a clue what to get
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      • #18
        Re: A guide to upgrading AEGs, please use before asking questions.

        I'd ditch that for a plastic piston instead....!

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        • #19
          Re: A guide to upgrading AEGs, please use before asking questions.

          Was just about to type that jag .

          A piston is like a mechanical fuse. You would much rather it would go instead of the gearset. I piston costs £10, a gearset about £50. A plastic piston will die if something is wrong with the gearbox, but a metal piston will survive, and the gearset or motor will go instead.


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