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SRC G36C UPGRADES

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I currently have a SRC G36C GEN 2.

 

My G36 gearbox is in peices, and I am annoyed because I can not but it back together due to one small part missing, but to think on the bright side as this is a great time for a gun upgrade!

 

But I don't want to have all those G36 externals, motor and mags lying around with no use so I was thinking I could rebuild the gun with better parts, this is what I am thinking so far:

 

Tightbore Barrel, I think this would have to be around 260mm as that is what I measured my current barrel.

 

A new SRC gen 3 gearbox (An upgrade from my current Gen 2), but I would downgrade the spring from a m110 to say a m90? So I could take it to my CQB site.

 

I am not sure about any other internal upgrades as I am quite inexperanced with this stuff, but please can you let me know if you think of anything.

 

My aim is for the gun to shoot 330 - 340 FPS.

 

Thanks a lot.

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Tightbore: a Madbull 6.03mm will do the trick for an AEG, if you have a look around on fire support and other retailers' sites you should find one the right length

 

Hop rubber/nub: definitely a good idea to replace, SRC G36s are pretty shocking in that area from what I've heard. Maple Leaf/Firefly/G&G Green should be good, I'm sure someone else will be able to supply more in depth info on what to use- it's all a matter of testing different rubbers/nubs for the best performance

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For gearbox:

 

The current shell is fine, buy some shs 13:1 or 18:1 gears, shs high torque motor, shs steel toothed piston, actually, just buy a complete shs 13:1 tune up kit for a v3 gearbox and a shs high torque motor, sorted.

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