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CYMA M14 DMR

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Hello forum I've got a new project, a m14, I'm wanting to turn it into a dmr and imbwibdering what experienced people have been doing and what they would recommend. I was thinking of doing a steel 6.03 tbb, 13:1 shs gears, shs hi torque motor, m120 spring,half tooth poly piston, metal single seal cylinder head, stock non ported cylinder, flat ported piston head with bearings, hard rubber r hop, wiring to deans, 16gwiring wiring, mosfet with an so I could get rid of the Ar latch and 11.1v lipo. What are your guys opinions to this? And yes I'll do all the little tweaking as needed

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Your list is fine but you don't need the gears, cyma gears are more than strong enough to run M140 and above, you will want a steel cut off lever as the standard ones are made of cheese and a guarder air nozzle and a bearing spring guide

 

I've built a couple of these recently including one for myself which is working lovely now

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Awesome thanks I was looking at the shs nozzle with our ring.so you wouldn't recommend a lower gear ratio?

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"o" ring

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I got hold of one of the SHS green nozzles for the last build and it was actually the wrong length by around 2mm causing the rifle not to feed

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Awesome thanks I was looking at the shs nozzle with our ring.so you wouldn't recommend a lower gear ratio?

Not for a dmr build.

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lower gear ratio increases rate of fire, not something you'll need to worry about with semi-only

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Thought it would help with trigger response

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Leave the standard gears in there, just add a decent high torque motor, SHS are ok but can be a bit screechy, lonex A2 are excellent and I'm waiting on an AIP40000 to arrive and will give an honest review once it's fitted

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Thought it would help with trigger response

 

In theory yes, in practice you'd be better served by a LiPo battery, decent Active Braking Mosfet and a high torque motor.

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