Posted 20 February 2014 - 10:27 PM
Posted 20 February 2014 - 11:04 PM
Biggest dimension wise 11.1 lipo for crane stock
IMAX B6-AC Charger/Discharger 1-6 Cells (GENUINE) - Hobbyking
Posted 21 February 2014 - 03:45 PM
G&G flat hop mod, eraser nub. 7$
Small 11.1 lipo. 15 to 25$
Madbull 455mm 6.03 barrel. 30$
Small barrel extension. 25$
I have a SR10 about 6 weeks old, shoots 415fps w/.20s hop up off (no mods except G&G green flat hop). Like iWar said, check feild fps limits where you play. Cant make a DMR for 100$ so I would stay out of the gear box for now.
Posted 22 February 2014 - 02:01 PM
These are good upgrades for a beginner, and simple if you're uncomfortable with doing them, It can be done in under 5 minutes in a local airsoft store, so you shouldn't have to leave the gun. Talk them out of that.
Upgrading to Deans connectors is a good choice, but there are still "Electric Bottlenecks" in the system ex. Spade connectors in the buffer tube & motor, that calamity of a fuse holder, those should be addressed. All my sons AEGs are hard wired with the exception of Deans connectors on the battery. The trigger switch is solid, That can be your next upgrade project, when the warranty expires.
IMO, if you're not having problems with the KWA bucking leave it alone. Its a great bucking!
If you decide NOT to upgrade the barrel, clean the barrel & bucking that came with the SR10 (search the forums)
As stated above, no need to go into the gear box. M4 RIS upgraded Guarder SP130 spring. 411FPS w/ .25s = 460FPS w/.20s +-
The Joules is high 1.96. Thats a concern at the field my son plays at.
Posted 24 February 2014 - 07:44 PM
Deans - it will increase ROF slightly
Shimming - Shimming bevel to pinion is the best way. This will quiet the gun but is very time consuming and difficult to learn if it's your first time
R-Hop - Increase range, accuracy, little fps increase
You could stretch out the piston head oring, teflon tape the cylinder head and air nozzle which will give you a very good air seal equating to more consistency. I would keep the motor stock unless you are looking for an extreme RPS or FPS build. You will get around 20 rps with a 11.1V lipo so I don't see the point of changing the motor unless you are looking to increase that. Also, the stock motor can handle up to a m130 spring. The stock barrel is also a very nice quality. The only reason I would change it if I was changing the barrel length to a longer one.
Posted 24 February 2014 - 09:04 PM
I dont concerter shimming bevel to pinion a good upgrade for a beginner, its more a maintenance thing.
A HT motor wil not give "extreme RPS" It will be a major improvement in semi & slight increase in ROF, this is my choice. Not a $5 pack of shims.
Come to think of it, Luke, if you would like to try a HT motor ill give you a brand new budget HT, very efficient motor. If you like it, its yours. In return of an honest option of the motor. Post your thoughts for others.
If you return, and would like to review it. Reply to this thread. Its a very efficient, well built motor Pics page 5 post #83 If not it will join a lot of new homeless motors without pinions, springs & brushes
Posted 24 February 2014 - 09:12 PM
You don't consider improving your gun upgrading? Shimming will increase longevity which is upgrading your gun.
Edited by iwamofo, 24 February 2014 - 09:13 PM.
Posted 24 February 2014 - 09:35 PM
I do consider shimming, upgrading. Not for a beginner with a GB under warranty. Read the post, i stated he should do it later on.
You go "pretty basic" by recommending: Opening the GB, Shimming bevel to pinion, stretching a O ring & teflon between the cylinder head and air nozzle.
I think thats it for this forum.
Posted 24 February 2014 - 09:41 PM
Also, I don't understand why you are trying to pick an argument. It's pretty childish trying to nit pick my post by pointing out the thing I said about the pretty basic mods.
Edited by iwamofo, 24 February 2014 - 09:44 PM.
Posted 25 February 2014 - 05:06 AM
As for simple beginner upgrades I would go with a good barrel to start but more importantly deans, some good lipo batteries and a smart charger is a must for any beginner.
Just my opinion............................
Posted 25 February 2014 - 05:51 AM
Edited by Rain Man, 27 February 2014 - 06:21 AM.
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