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bebebee September 13th, 2011 05:05

New Hop Up Bucking-Modify
Dear Friends,

Modify has new Product!!!! Accurate Hop Up Bucking for VSR-10, TM Hi-CAPA, M1911A1, SIG P226, SOCOM MK23, GLOCK 26 Series will be available in a week. It is made from 1st Class Aircraft Rubber with some special material added in. It’s very accurate and consistent for shooting, improved air seal and with excellent extreme temperature properties

Material: aircraft rubber
1st Class Aircraft Rubber

1) Excellent extreme temperature properties
2) Improved air seal
3) Excellent compression set
4) Superior tear resistance
5) High abrasion resistance

TEST REPORT – Modify Accurate Hop Up Bucking
For VSR-10, TM Hi-CAPA, M1911A1, SIG P226, SOCOM MK23, GLOCK 26 Series

The MODIFY Accurate Hop Up Bucking was tested on a Tokyo Marui VSR-10 and a Tokyo Marui Hi-CAPA 4.3 using the following equipment and conditions:

BB: 0.2g
Chronograph: XCORTECH X3200 (serial: T0133)
Spring: Marui stock spring ( Under 1 Joule)
Average Temperature: 27℃
Measurement: FPS/ Joule

Your results will vary from these published results. Different upgrades will provide different results. The data contained in this chart should only be used as a reference.

Data Chart – Tested on Marui VSR-10 1

Data Chart- Tested on Marui Hi-CAPA 4.3 1

Sequential December 5th, 2011 11:02

Where to buy?

Forever_kaos December 5th, 2011 11:13


Originally Posted by Sequential (Post 1570720)
Where to buy?

MASAKO December 5th, 2011 11:42

Any body has a review yet ?

ThunderCactus December 5th, 2011 12:49

Do they have one for over 400fps, or are they only making these for pistols?

krap101 December 6th, 2011 15:03

Is it just me or is the fps variation bothersome?

ThunderCactus December 6th, 2011 21:31


Originally Posted by krap101 (Post 1571452)
Is it just me or is the fps variation bothersome?

1/3 is about where i have my hop adjusted, that's where it's optimal. And that's where the least variation is.
It's definitely going to vary more at higher and especially at zero adjustment.

But it could be the fact it's a stock rifle as well. I'd have more confidence on the test if it was done on a PDI upgraded VSR, then you know the airseal is excellent.

krap101 December 6th, 2011 23:26

Stock would explain it. I suppose the problem is that there isn't a comparison/baseline to compare to, because looking again, 5fps isn't that bad. Maybe if you had some fps tests from a nineball or a firefly (the "normal" vsr nubs), you could rule out the gun as the variable. One thing that is confusing me is higher hopup setting normally leads to better compression?

Edit: Woops, I didn't see this was a promotion thread

turok_t December 12th, 2011 09:52

Anyone try this on pistols ? I'm interested to try thisom hicapa and glock

ILLusion December 12th, 2011 16:59

I have some inbound to try

Sequential December 12th, 2011 18:04


Originally Posted by ILLusion (Post 1574406)
I have some inbound to try

I'm down, drop me a line! :tup:

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