I have been reading, researching, and deciding what kind of upgrades I want to do for my gun. I play pretty much only woodland games on private property so no restrictions of any sort necessarily..
Essentially what I have decided what I am looking for is accuracy, range, trigger response, and of course, reliability. The stock ROF I have is fine, as is the FPS. Not saying it won't change with these mods but I likely won't be changing the spring, motor, piston, or anything like that. I just have a couple questions on a few of the modifications, and maybe you guys can help me decide on some things.
First is the MOSFET. I plan to do this upgrade to hopefully help keep my gun safe from deteriorating trigger contacts etc. from the 11.1LiPo I plan to buy (currently running a 9.6v 1400mah). I understand generally how MOSFETs work and I believe I can install it myself with a little help from the YouTube . My question about it is.. which one should I buy that is best for my needs/gun. I don't need nor want to really adjust or program firing speeds etc.. just to have active braking and protect my electricals. If it came with those then fine, I just don't want to have to mess with it too much. More plug and play. 3 round burst may be fun though..
Second is about Capacitor Banks. I've read a bit on these but it doesn't seem like a super common mod and I've heard may be redundant and unnecessary with the 11.1 LiPo batteries. Is that true and should I even bother? I really would like a reliable, fast, and crisp trigger response and that's what I was going for with this mod.
Oh, and I also will be upgrading to deans for obvious reasons
I am very open to any suggestions or comments you may have, as I am new I might not have heard about something and I am eager to learn! If you have another mod which may suit my needs I am happy to listen. I have also considered getting a 6.03mm barrel but that argument seems to be split a pretty even 50/50 so I plan to keep it stock until I am convinced.
Edited by ThaPimpShrimp, 27 August 2012 - 03:04 PM.