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Old May 9th, 2008, 22:27   #16
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Needs an unobtrusive RDS, darker wood foregrips.

in b4 'it's not 5.56, it's not 7.62, that rail's ugly'.
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Old May 10th, 2008, 03:49   #17
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that is now a nice config, it may not be everybodies tast , I giong to do some bad things to people out there what make of Suppersor is that?
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hmm i had thought that cyma aeg's were junk comparable to be's
you guys think this cyma ak is any good?
http://cgi.ebay.com/New-AEG-AK47-CM0...QQcmdZViewItem
how does it compare to the kraken ak? i got my kraken and was quite impressed with it but after a while it didnt seem as powerful anymore
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Old May 10th, 2008, 09:40   #19
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that is now a nice config, it may not be everybodies tast , I giong to do some bad things to people out there what make of Suppersor is that?
Hahahha, it's a Gemtech Halo.
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Old May 10th, 2008, 11:00   #20
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hmm i had thought that cyma aeg's were junk comparable to be's
you guys think this cyma ak is any good?
http://cgi.ebay.com/New-AEG-AK47-CM0...QQcmdZViewItem
how does it compare to the kraken ak? i got my kraken and was quite impressed with it but after a while it didnt seem as powerful anymore
Replace the Oring, or entire piston head on your Kraken, you'll notice a huge improvement.


Bob, There's quite a few things I need to show you... I can turn this east/west bastard of yours into a pile of pure pants creaming sex.
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Oh, really?


I'm quite interested in hearing this.
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Replace the Oring, or entire piston head on your Kraken, you'll notice a huge improvement..
i may consider that. is it a very difficult process? or is it just a bit of part swapping?
this is the part id need right?

it says its for TM since krakens are TM compatible
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i may consider that. is it a very difficult process? or is it just a bit of part swapping?
this is the part id need right?

it says its for TM since krakens are TM compatible
If you're unable to open the mechbox yourself I'd get a guntech to do it.

Yes, that part would work just fine, But take note, the kraken piston head requires a little bit of "destructive" work to get it off the piston.

On the ones I've worked on I just dremel off the original piston head (it's a POS anyways) and install the new one.

Instead of a G&P piston head, I'd suggest a modify or Systema... You get more bang for your buck with those brands. Oh. Stay far away from Area 1000 anything.
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do they sell those O rings by themselves? that sounds easier to replace
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do they sell those O rings by themselves? that sounds easier to replace
Yes.. tonnes of places sell Orings...

Just the right size is VERY difficult.

(Keep in mind, to replace the Oring, you need to disassemble everything anyways, while you're at it you may aswell replace the piston head)

Unless some one you know has upgraded their piston and everything and has a full TM stock piston (don't bother with stock CA pistons, many of them have the same problem as the cyma 028 pistons) upgrading piston head will be your best course of action.
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so then in that case it sounds like i should get this rather than the piston head itself

im assuming that theyre not gun specific
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so then in that case it sounds like i should get this rather than the piston head itself

im assuming that theyre not gun specific
I... think that's right.. (can't really tell from the picture... The Oring looks a little small...)

but the back of stock marui heads have the string-grabber thingy... Buy that, take the head off, and take the spring to the hardware store and get yourself some thread locker and a proper sized nut to fit on the bolt.

Really, you should just take the time and upgrade your piston head... everything you'll have to do is about the same amount of work.. and upgrading the piston head will give you the best result.
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ok thanks. ill think about it more before i buy something

heh. accidentally came accross an O ring for tm and ca on ebay after posting this. auction page says nothing about size
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ok thanks. ill think about it more before i buy something

heh. accidentally came accross an O ring for tm and ca on ebay after posting this. auction page says nothing about size
... Seriously, once you have everything apart... you may aswell just replace the piston head... It's a what... 15 dollar upgrade?

Just replace the whole piston head with something good.
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Bob,

Do you think a very large 9.6V (1500mAh) stick battery would fit your AKS-74U without modifications?
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