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ShirouAshiya

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About ShirouAshiya

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    Marui (High Cycle) Steyr AUG
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    Combat Action Games

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  1. ShirouAshiya

    eagle6b.spiralsite?

    Seems dodgy to me, since they have exactly the same products, just lower costs and different stock. But the rest of the website is exactly the same other than created by "sprialsite" at the bottom.
  2. ShirouAshiya

    eagle6b.spiralsite?

    http://eagle6b.spiralsite.co.uk/catalog/product/view/id/4117/s/et-1-lipo-battery-adapter-for-automatic-electric-pistol-series/ Things is, stuff seems cheaper and different stuff is in or out of stock
  3. ShirouAshiya

    eagle6b.spiralsite?

    What exactly is this site, it's like an exact replica of Eagle6b but an unsecured connection and obviously spiralsite at the end? Can't find anything about it on here or on their official website.
  4. ShirouAshiya

    Need Lipo help! :-(

    Did you by chance get them from amazon? In theory you could just reverse the plugs in to you charger. But I think changing the pins around is probably a lot more reliable for the future. (And you charger should give off a warning if the pugs are in the wrong way round. I tested mine when I got it, just bleeps and wont allow charging to start, useful if you where clumsy I guess!
  5. ShirouAshiya

    MOSFET for AUG high cycle

    That's great thanks, I know somebody who personally works on RC Heli/car, so I will be sourcing most of it directly from him. But I can definitely use this stuff for future reference so thanks for the information! Now it's just the case of fitting the actual mosfet into my gun.
  6. ShirouAshiya

    MOSFET for AUG high cycle

    Ok, so generally as long as I've wired connects into the circuit the gun should be future proof anyways. last question, if I where to order from AK2M4 should I order anything else, like any additional parts which may be useful in the future. And should I go with the ACETECH ACEMOS or the ACETECH ACEMOS PLUS. I know they use different chips and was wondering if the ACETECH ACEMOS was the specific chip which I have to use for my intended application.
  7. ShirouAshiya

    MOSFET for AUG high cycle

    If I could fit a mosfet into my stock and it was able able to connect and function correctly then I would mind that, since it would make it easier to replace or remove given that I put connects on all wires. Also wondering what mosfet Iceni would recommend from AK2m4 since they have a couple, and if the Xcoretech xet304u is better quality than AK2m4 mosfets or is it just a different brand? They both function the same way and contain almost identical components soooooo......
  8. ShirouAshiya

    MOSFET for AUG high cycle

    The lipos that I use still allow for a fair amount of room in the stock itself, enough that I could probably fit another decent lipo at a squeeze. Was wondering if it’s unheard of to wire mosfets and them have them sit in a stock? I’ll give an example when I get home.
  9. ShirouAshiya

    MOSFET for AUG high cycle

    Thanks for the advice, I was personally looking at some Gate mosfets. Also you mentioned about the soldering, the main reason I want one is because I’m running lipos in the TM AUG hc, do I just want to prolong the life of my gun basically.
  10. ShirouAshiya

    MOSFET for AUG high cycle

    So after my last post I got a wide rage of reply’s in how to install a mosfet and the reason they are so important. ive now got all the connectors I need for a mosfet but I’m still wonder what mosfet to get. I want a decent mosfet which will last, I don’t parically want it to directly affect the ROS of the gun per-say. (Not looking for one of the £100 plus programmable mosfet, just something affordable and reliable). any recommendations would be appreciated.
  11. ShirouAshiya

    Need Lipo help! :-(

    I'm also a noob but may be able to help a bit. Are you trying to put them into a storage state (I.e 3.8V per cell?). How did you charge them before? If you can answer these I might be able to give a little advice. I'll also do a bit of research on that charger as while it looks different the interface seems almost the same.
  12. ShirouAshiya

    7.4 LIPO in place of 8.4 NiMH

    Alright mate, thanks!
  13. ShirouAshiya

    7.4 LIPO in place of 8.4 NiMH

    So, from what I understand, is I'm basically just removing the end to the old connector, adding the mosfet in and fitting my required connector to the end of said mosfet cable. Then the mosfet will act somewhat like a voltage switch in the circuit?
  14. ShirouAshiya

    7.4 LIPO in place of 8.4 NiMH

    Thanks for the tips, I'm not the most experienced in this sort of thing, but I do know a few tech people, one who works on aircraft/Helis, cars and real guns. The other is an airsoft tech at my local shop, so I'll definitely look into it. Also I picked up 2 of the 1800 mah batteries because for one, they fit well, for two, there cheap and three, they have decent reviews everywhere I looked. I don't mind swapping the batteries out at lunch, that way I know for a fact I wont drain one.
  15. ShirouAshiya

    7.4 LIPO in place of 8.4 NiMH

    I just got my Marui (High Cycle) Steyr AUG, give it a few test runs. Works perfectly, feels great. No feeding issues, overall I'm very happy with the gun itself. Now for my question, the gun advises that you run a 8.4V mini NiMH battery, I'm currently running a 7.4V LIPO from hobby king instead. (Linked below) https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-nano-tech-1800mah-2s-20-40c-lipo-airsoft-pack.html I've read in quite a few places that this is reasonably safe and shouldn't damage any internals of the gun, since from what I understand a 7.4V LIPO will give you a power similar or close to a 8.4v or 9.6v NiMH battery pack. Obviously, not being the most well equipped with battery knowledge I'd like some statements on this! (And yes I do know my safety when charging/discharging LIPOS and how to store them)
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