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Overcycle With Softer Spring?

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#1 R_King91303



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Posted 29 January 2012 - 01:50 PM

I found a good deal, so I am due to expect my second G36c within the next few days. I plan to make it a project / parts gun. For the gearbox I was thinking to either get the FPS up and convert it to a sniper, or drop in a SR7 spring to make it CQB friendly. My question is, with the softer spring would I get an overcycle on a 9.6?


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Posted 29 January 2012 - 04:24 PM

hmmm chances are no. thats just my guess i dont think it would over spin at all

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 10:01 PM

From my personal experience, NO.  I put a stock TM (m85, 285 fps) spring in mine when it was new (since I played all indoor/CQB at the time)

My power went from 390 fps to 325 fps and my ROF went from to about 20-22 on a 9.6v on a full charge.  No feed issues, no problems at all...  the gun was very happy for about 50,000 (yes 50k) rounds... then we closed the business, and I converted it back to field use and put the stock spring back in. 390 is perfect for how I play...

Now if I can just find another hop up since mine just died... I did help kill it, but it shouldn't have done it...  :(

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