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    xplodingbunnys

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    Post  xplodingbunnys on 27.01.10 21:56

    Hey guys, I got a question. I run a 7.4 in my g&g m4 combat machine, and i'm wanting a higher rate of fire with out all the cost of upgrades. I know many people who use a 11.1 in their combat machines and they have lasted a Long time. Do you think it's a good idea to run a 11.1 in the gun stock? I know i would need a mosfet if i were to run a 11.1, i'll let rhino take care of that.

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    Post  NJSC on 27.01.10 21:59

    Go for it Russ ran one for a year on an 11.1


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    Re: g&g m4

    Post  sniper2525 on 27.01.10 22:03

    actualy jack did and it wasnt for a year lol he hasnt even had his gun that long it was more like 6-7months but those stock pistons are actualy really good

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    Re: g&g m4

    Post  Airsoftguy238 on 27.01.10 22:05

    Reed had his on a 33rps setup w/ stock gears for awhile which should say something

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    Post  sniper2525 on 27.01.10 22:14

    then they stripped

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    Post  Airsoftguy238 on 27.01.10 22:15

    sniper2525 wrote:then they stripped

    yeah but he ran that setup for awhile

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    Post  Rhino on 27.01.10 22:29

    11.1 with stock motor and stock internals will last no problem. I say you'd get a year out of it. Jacks piston was perfect when removed after 6 or more months of use with a m120 spring and a magnum motor. reeds gun had a G&P M12o high speed motor with an 11.1 that's why it broke.


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    Re: g&g m4

    Post  Blaze on 27.01.10 22:53

    Yo Sean I just got mine upgraded with a magnum motor and m120 spring didnt get no piston, Rhino said the stock one is good. At OG iwas was using a 11.1 in it ALL day and shot great!

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    Post  Admin on 27.01.10 23:10

    G&G Combat Machines have "slightly different gearboxes" than the high-end G&G's. I got this info in an email from G&G back when the CM was released. I tried to get more info on what exactly was different, but they wouldn't reply with any new information, they just kept saying that the gearboxes were "slightly different," which leads me to believe that the pistons and/or gears might not be made out of the same materials as the high-end G&G's.

    I personally wouldn't go for an 11.1v unless you're going for something with a low c-rating and MaH.


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    Post  Rhino on 27.01.10 23:17

    Admin wrote:G&G Combat Machines have "slightly different gearboxes" than the high-end G&G's. I got this info in an email from G&G back when the CM was released. I tried to get more info on what exactly was different, but they wouldn't reply with any new information, they just kept saying that the gearboxes were "slightly different," which leads me to believe that the pistons and/or gears might not be made out of the same materials as the high-end G&G's.

    I personally wouldn't go for an 11.1v unless you're going for something with a low c-rating and MaH.

    The pistons and gears are the same. The cylinders are different. The shells are the exact same. The only thing different is the cylinder. Jack has a pro line Devin has a CM. I have done work on a ton of these and that is the only thing different.


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    Post  Admin on 27.01.10 23:20

    Ah, ok.


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    Post  xplodingbunnys on 28.01.10 0:55

    sweet thanks guys. I hope to have the 11.1 by the next school game. And Ryan, do I need a mosfet or can I run stock for a while?

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    Post  Rhino on 28.01.10 0:59

    youll be fine for a while


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    Post  Blaze on 28.01.10 17:53

    I have a blue cylinder.

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