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Old May 14th, 2009, 02:57   #16
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u.u' for the record, I already had metal bushings+bevel bearings and shims lmao, just wanting to swap out the temporary cheapo XYTs, which are there just to fill in the spaces. It's a good point on the slide thingy, but the first one only broke because of carelessness... Being TMs, they don't usually break, some reviews, I think one on here, said it lasted 15k rds without a hiccup.
*sigh* should have kept to one gun.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 03:02   #17
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I have access to whatever I want... But I limit myself to 3 guns, Sniper, AEG and GBB.

Shit gets WAY to pricey if you own a huge collection.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 03:09   #18
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u.u' for the record, I already had metal bushings+bevel bearings and shims lmao, just wanting to swap out the temporary cheapo XYTs, which are there just to fill in the spaces. It's a good point on the slide thingy, but the first one only broke because of carelessness... Being TMs, they don't usually break, some reviews, I think one on here, said it lasted 15k rds without a hiccup.
*sigh* should have kept to one gun.
LOL, nothing lasts forever.
Buy the stuff you need first.
If you are short on money, replace what needs to be replace. If it's running fine, save up your money. When you got enough, purchase it.
You're just in the dreaming process and wondering what to buy first.

The only way TM slides will last long is if you run it on duster.


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Old May 14th, 2009, 03:11   #19
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=( I have 2 AEGS, 1 AEP, and 1 GBB XD
shit gets too expensive when I spend money on stuff other than airsoft LOL. I'm not going to have another sniper rifle for a llloooonnnnnggggg time... I'm only good with one when I plink in the basement.
And I can't afford to keep those XYTs in there for much longer, last time I opened it after about 1000 rds of plinking, it was like someone dumped a bag of steel dust in there... The horror...
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Old May 14th, 2009, 09:17   #20
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A comment I heard from a local gundoc about those modify gearsets (I wanted to buy one).

He said they are very good but would never beat a well-done shimming. In some cases the whole set might not fit as well as separate gears in your mechbox (some mechbox are wider or narrower then other, holes might be in oh-so slightly different places, etc). Overall a very good product but if you have time/expertise/courage you might want to do it yourself.

Just thought I'd add another opinion in, didn't experiment it myself yet.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 09:39   #21
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I have a set of these (high torque) in a custom built Deepfire 7mm mechbox in my MP5. I'd used the older Modify modular sets and they were awesome. These are as good too. Perfect, smooth action, perfectly shimmed, and no hassles to install. I would highly recommend them.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 13:36   #22
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buy this http://www.airsoftparts.ca/store2/in...roducts_id=687
I have a set for sale for 70$ shipped. Also comes with either 6-7 mm bushings.
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buy this http://www.airsoftparts.ca/store2/in...roducts_id=687
I have a set for sale for 70$ shipped. Also comes with either 6-7 mm bushings.
Those will only work if he has a non-reinforced mechbox. And there are different sets for TM, JG, etc.... The new smooth gearsets will work in any mechbox.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 13:48   #24
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is that why it didnt fit in my CA G-36? What one should I buy?
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Old May 14th, 2009, 13:50   #25
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Modify SMOOTH. It only has bracket on one side to better accommodate reinforced mechboxes.
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Modify has produced a number of quality parts since they have come onto the market. When it comes to which set of gears I guess it depends on how much simplicity is worth to you. If you dont mind doing shim jobs they put out for the cheaper ones, if you cant be bothered and would just rather go with something you can drop in and not worry about get the full set with key. If you open your mechbox alot then go with the set.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 13:57   #27
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okay but what set ? the smooth of that The Saint recommends? Will those work?
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Old May 14th, 2009, 13:58   #28
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Modify Smooth is the way to go, as you're guaranteed they'll fit your shell. Of course, make sure you get the proper size set (6m or 7mm)
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okay but what set ? the smooth of that The Saint recommends? Will those work?
Told ya' greg :P

Modify SMOOTH 7mm, but you should wait until the torque gears come back in stock, the torque's will fit your set-up better than the high-speed.

Once they come back into stock I can order them for you.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 14:24   #30
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Torque up gears are awesome. The make the trigger so much more responsive, especially when combined when a high torque motor. And it doesn't make a huge difference to the rof either. My MP5 shot 12.5 BB/ sec with the standard ratio gears. It shoots 11/sec with the torque up gears. That's a win-win situation if you ask me. I'll never use standard gears again.
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