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No issues as far as I know. The G&G Combat Machine M4s are great quality - both internally and externally.

I'm also 99% sure that the barrel is threaded (unlike TM-spec rifles like my CYMA :( )

The flash hider will be able to be removed.

 

Buy a good battery and charger. Preferably a LiPo, and re-wire to Deans.

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I'm also 99% sure that the barrel is threaded (unlike TM-spec rifles like my CYMA :( )

 

 

 

This confuses me - my actual TM M4A1 has a threaded barrel. I have changed the flash hider to a Dytac QD one so I can use my tracer on it! Must be a CYMA thing rather than a TM thing?

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This confuses me - my actual TM M4A1 has a threaded barrel. I have changed the flash hider to a Dytac QD one so I can use my tracer on it! Must be a CYMA thing rather than a TM thing?

I guess so, I just assumed it could be a TM thing since CYMA make TM clones. Stupid that it doesn't have a threaded barrel but oh well.

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Is it going to be LiPo ready? I don't want a shattered gearbox or stripped teeth, any idea of a C rating and voltage? Thanks

Only an 11.1V should be problem if your gun isn't upgraded but a 7.4 should be fine. Around 25C rating I believe is the optimum, 20C is a bit too low whereas 30 is quite high IIRC.

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Only an 11.1V should be problem if your gun isn't upgraded but a 7.4 should be fine. Around 25C rating I believe is the optimum, 20C is a bit too low whereas 30 is quite high IIRC.

Thanks bro,

Now about a motor for this bad boy, I would like a respectable ROF,and a semi-decent trigger response (assuming I correct AOE and go with Deans plugs), what motor should I get? Keeping cost low is ideal.

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