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  • Airsofter since
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  1. rautasami

    MagPul PTS MASADA ACR

    Glad to hear that some setups have worked. Maybe adding a sorbo really helps. I had a terrible micro switch bouncing problem on full auto with Extreme-Fire SW-Panther installed. Just like described in this document.
  2. rautasami

    MagPul PTS MASADA ACR

    Someone of you may have already noticed that a computerized mosfet with active braking is bad idea. It doesn't work with micro switch. I can confirm this. Everything works fine with a basic mosfet.
  3. rautasami

    KJW M4

    Thanks for the info guys. So, it seems that RS and WE BAD works... How about mag catch? The Norgon Ambi-Catch works? How about Kac-Knight's Armament Ambidextrous Magazine Release With Cold Weather Button? Still a big question is the ambi fire selector...
  4. rautasami

    KJW M4

    I would like to make this gun ambi. Any tips how to modify or what parts to use to make fire selector and mag catch ambidextrous? Also, has anyone installed B.A.D. lever? I read somewhere that not all combinations of BAD and ambi mag catch don't work. What would be a working combination with minor modification?
  5. rautasami

    MagPul PTS MASADA ACR

    I just noticed that bevel gear position is very different from V2 or V3 boxes which means Modify modular gear sets won''t fit.
  6. rautasami

    MagPul PTS MASADA ACR

    Very nice Nikon! I'm also using a cylinder head by Modify, but mine is GB-04-02 Aluminum Cylinder Head for Classic Army AUG/G36C ... I think. Seems to work well also. Btw, I have used mainly Modify parts for couple of years and they have very good quality. Only problem is there's no good retailer in Europe.
  7. rautasami

    MagPul PTS MASADA ACR

    I'm using AUG/G36C Cylinder head by Modify in my ACR (with WiiTech nozzle). Works very well.
  8. rautasami

    MagPul PTS MASADA ACR

    Finally I had time to put things together: Siegetek torque gears 5KU 8mm bearings G&P AK Type M160 Turbo Charger Motor Deep Fire Ver. 2. Titanium Piston (Titanium Teeth) Modify AUG/G36C cylinder head Modify Polycarbonate Piston Head M120 spring Extreme-Fire SW-Panther chip Wii Tech Hop-up Chamber and Air-tight Nozzle PDI W-hold hop-up bucking Power: 405 FPS / 123 m/s measured with XCORTECH X3200 Battery Type: DualSky 11.1V 30C LiPO The AUG/G36C cylinder head works nicely. The parts in the list are not quite what I was intended to use, but now I had no time to play around with the parts, cause I just had to get the gun work. My ideal set would have had Modify bearings. I was going to use SHS 14 teeth steel teeth piston, but it was too wide and had lot of friction. So I ditched it cause, it would need a lot of work to make it fit and it could make the piston weaker. I don't know what brand the spring is but it's Prometheus or Modify or Guarder... I have so many springs lying around that I don't know But I'm pretty sure it is M120 Now I can't say how well hop-up works cause I couldn't test that. I did the power test inside.
  9. rautasami

    A Magpul Masada project

    How the link didn't work? Did you get the login window where you should type the words which are told in the window? Kanzen 8mm ceramic ones were too high. Gears didn't fit and they were also too high on the other side and touching the selector plate. Can you tell what kind of stories you have heard? I must admit that I have managed to break one set of gears. But I think it was due poor lubing....
  10. rautasami

    A Magpul Masada project

    My parts list can be found here . Yes, I used MAG shims. I was going to use ceramic bearings also...but Kanzen did not fit. I guess later I will buy Modify bearings also. I think I'm going to try 8mm SMOOTH gear set from Modify someday also. I've been very happy with Modify gear sets. In Berget 8 event last year I shot with my RPK almost 7000 rounds in 20min. My RPK has 7mm Modify SMOOTH torque gear set and I'm running it with 11.1V 2100 mAh 30C lipo. I haven't done any tests yet, cause I just got all things together a couple a days ago. But I must say with torque gears the fire rate is pretty slow....but speed is not my thing. I will be using Modify M120 or M130 spring. I must say I'm also pretty interested to see how the original bushing will survive... Btw, those XT-60 connectors look very nice. I'm using DC3 connectors (DualSky lipos use them) I noticed when I assembled the gearbox that it's pretty easy to install wrong the part between micro switch and trigger, because the little spring is pulling the part apart from the micro switch. I used a drop of Loctite super glue to hold things together.
  11. rautasami

    A Magpul Masada project

    I tried Kanzen bearings and they were too high. I wasn't able to shim at all and Siegeteks were too tight.to fit With original bushings/bearings I used only a few shims (some of my shims are 0.08 mm). That way I was able to fit those Siegeteks.
  12. rautasami

    MagPul PTS MASADA ACR

    I'm too...but I've been quite busy. I really hope I can get things together and test it next week.
  13. rautasami

    MagPul PTS MASADA ACR

    I'm going to use this kind of cylinder head. Though, mine is made by Modify. http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/shs-steel-cylinder-head-for-g36-aeg-long-type-nozzle.html The piston I have has one teeth removed and fits very well with Riot gears. http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/shs-full-steel-14-teeth-piston.html I think the shimming of Riot spur gear is a bit tricky. It can be shimmed quite easily too tight.
  14. rautasami

    MagPul PTS MASADA ACR

    Have you noticed there's a quite big spacer/weight inside piston. I removed that, cause I replaced the piston head (using head with bearing by Modify) Btw, has anyone tried to replace cylinder head? I was thinking to try G36C/AUG head... there's not much difference in length (I'm also using Wii Tech nozzle)
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