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#1 cellistle

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Posted 05 March 2014 - 02:30 PM

Hello, I have a stock sr10. I have had it for around 3-4 months and what I want to change about it is
Range, ROF, and accuracy.
I have been using 7.4 lipos so I plan on just getting a few 1000mah 11.1 15c batteries. That should put me to roughly 23? rps which I'm content with.
As far as range and accuracy, I'm using G&G .28 bbs. I want to increase the range and accuracy of the gun. What options should I be looking at doing here? I've seen alot about R hop, flat hop, and green buckings. I'm not terribly skilled as far as tech work but do know my way around the gearbox and a basic idea of what everything is.
Also what should I are some numbers I should be looking to hit? I want as long rang and accurate as I can be with 20-25rps. How far realistically will I be able to shoot accurately?
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Posted 05 March 2014 - 03:55 PM

It would not take much to add noticeable performance to your SR10.
Focus on the Hop-up Unit.
Leave the gearbox alone.

- You will need to know how to dis-assemble the Hop-up Unit.
Otherwise you are wasting your time making any changes.
This step alone will allow for proper cleaning of the Barrel, Bucking, and Hop-up Unit. It will also allow for proper Inner Barrel/ Bucking and Nub installs.
Take the time to learn this.
It is not hard to do.
It does take some patience and there are "things" about it you will need to pay attention to. Walk though it a handful of times, and you will be on your way.
Tutorial:
http://www.kwausa.co...p?showtopic=493

- Your gun has a 425mm inner barrel.
Stay with that. It pairs well with your stock KWA cylinder.

- A simple Bucking change can add wonders to your shooting performance.
My two favorite Buckings are:
1. G&G Green Bucking.
2. Lonex 70 Drgree.
If you have never done a bucking change, you probably do not want to start with these. These can be difficult to install.
Try a softer bucking, such as the Lonex 50 Degree or another soft Bucking with a standard mound.

- Quality Heavy Ammo.
This is critical.
Use at least .30. .32 preferably.

- Li-po Batteries.
Your gun has an m120 spring.
You need at least 1200mah.
gcw360 recommends these.
http://www.hobbyking...warehouse_.html
I have owned six or seven of these now and agree with gcw360 on this suggestion.
The are cheap, so buy three or four of them.

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Posted 05 March 2014 - 08:52 PM

I was thinking of doing a G hop with a green on the outside and then I'm still not sure on which bucking for the inner patch yet. Anyone have any past experience doing a G hop




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