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7.2 v vs 11.1 LIPO, and rate of fire.


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#1 Howie

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Posted 09 October 2008 - 10:31 AM

This is for the TECH's AT KWA.

   Which battery would perform the best 7.2V or 11.1 LIPO battery? Causing the least amount of damage to the KWA KM4A1 (stock from the company)?
    
  Now I ask about the proper firing method Shooting in SEMI AUTO and FULL AUTO ? Taking a 300 round magazine  and shooting almost non stop ?

As I had a KWA KM4 that I was shooting non stop in full auto and strip the gears a course the gun had out dated gears from what I understood.

So the reason for asking these questions is to learn from my freaky mistakes.

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Posted 09 October 2008 - 12:54 PM

View PostHowie, on Oct 9 2008, 11:31 AM, said:

This is for the TECH's AT KWA.

   Which battery would perform the best 7.2V or 11.1 LIPO battery? Causing the least amount of damage to the KWA KM4A1 (stock from the company)?
    
  Now I ask about the proper firing method Shooting in SEMI AUTO and FULL AUTO ? Taking a 300 round magazine  and shooting almost non stop ?

As I had a KWA KM4 that I was shooting non stop in full auto and strip the gears a course the gun had out dated gears from what I understood.

So the reason for asking these questions is to learn from my freaky mistakes.

Never lay on the gas (trigger) and empty a hi-cap, thats a good way to put stree on your gears and kill them. I would suggest bursting, but not very long burst, maybe 8-10 shots.

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Posted 09 October 2008 - 02:14 PM

7.4V gives you 13 ~ 18 RPS and 11.1V gives you 19 ~ 24+ RPS.  The life of the battery and the state of charge influences the actual RPS.




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