VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

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Re: VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

Postby Duy556 on Thu Sep 30, 2010 12:04 pm

Some of those pistons are meant for high-powered setups, not to mention heavy. You could always swiss cheese some them.... I would get an Azimuth or G&P white.

Oh, and why did you list an SR length piston for a stnd. m4?
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Re: VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

Postby SjKimber on Thu Sep 30, 2010 3:12 pm

Duy556 wrote:Oh, and why did you list an SR length piston for a stnd. m4?

Accident, late at night just toying with the idea of switching the piston. I was tired and not paying attention.
Actually decided the only thing I'm going to change from the stock will be the Piston Head to a G&G poly one.
Until I break my stock piston, which shouldn't happened if I play with it right :]
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Re: VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

Postby martinairsoft on Thu Sep 30, 2010 3:52 pm

I woudnt advise it, there are much better pistons out there, especially for that price.
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Re: VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

Postby SjKimber on Thu Sep 30, 2010 7:20 pm

i'm not buying a piston O-o i'm buying a G&G poly piston HEAD :D
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Re: VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

Postby martinairsoft on Fri Oct 01, 2010 12:26 pm

SjKimber wrote:i'm not buying a piston O-o i'm buying a G&G poly piston HEAD :D


Oh, whoops. let me revise that.
martinairsoft wrote:I woudnt advise it, there are much better piston heads out there.


Your keeping the stock spring, right? if so systema duracon piston head, or some kind of POM one.
if your using a weaker spring, element orange.
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Re: VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

Postby Duy556 on Fri Oct 01, 2010 12:31 pm

Agreed, don't get that g&g. My friend got one, and the quality and seal isn't impressive. Not worth the, what $17, you pay for it. G&P v2 explosive should work ok - it's made of the same material as their new pistons. Though I wouldn't run it above an m130. Also try Systema duracon or Promy POM.

Oh and I was comparing the Systema and Area 1000 piston heads. Is there any difference besides the price? They seem to be the same except with a different name.
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Re: VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

Postby SjKimber on Fri Oct 01, 2010 1:10 pm

my decision was between
G&P v2
G&G poly
Systema duracon
Promy POM

after some extensive thinking and consideration I decided to go with the Systema Duracon :]
Let's see how my gb will sound after the switch :]
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Re: VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

Postby Duy556 on Fri Oct 01, 2010 1:15 pm

Any of those will certainly be better than an aluminum IMO.

The promy is more expensive than the others though. I think it's like $30.
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Re: VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

Postby SjKimber on Fri Oct 01, 2010 3:00 pm

imo the aluminum for the vfc is a fine stock piece. a little louder than what I want though. The Duracon should fix that annoying metal against rubber sound :]
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Re: VFC M4 Tactical Carbine (E-Series): LiPo Ready?

Postby CybeRoguE on Fri Oct 01, 2010 3:35 pm

Metal doesn't absorb shock as well as plastic does, so you have a higher chance of breaking your gearbox if you use a metal piston, piston head or cylinder head...
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