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Ak47 series upgrade help please

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Hi I fancy having a go at my first upgraded gun but I'm a little unsure on the gearbox.

The gun I'm going to up grade is cm.028u

I want to try and get it to a support weapon.

 

So far for my own amusement I've got the following upgrades, hopup and rubber, inner barrel, spring 100/m ,

Now I want to speed up the rate of fire with a high speed short motor.....

Here's where I'm stuck do I need to upgrade the gears or can I run with the original factory fitted kit by CYMA???

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Changing the plugs to deans will help the ROF and it's very cheap to do if you can solder and if you can't, here is a good opportunity to learn.

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Changing the plugs to deans will help the ROF and it's very cheap to do if you can solder and if you can't, here is a good opportunity to learn.

No it won't changing to deans has a very slight difference on trigger response because its a cleaner path. For higher rof it's about gearing ratios and motor speed. You can increase motor speed by using a higher voltage battery but the change to deans is too small to affect rof in a noticeable way. Especially as most airsofters can't solder for crap and create some great dry joints the make the change pointless and that includes a lot of shop techs.

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