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SSgt_Burgin 04-25-2013 02:54 PM

High speed G36 project
I got this little High speed G36 project that I need to finish.
I currently have.
JG G36
SHS high Speed motor
SHS 13:1 Gears
Running off a 7.4 40c lipo
All of the normal mods
I will be rewiring it soon and adding in a fet
It has had a good ROF, I would give you an exact number but I need to fix a wire issue first.

I want to step it up a notch by,
Swiss cheese the piston
Short stroke it by 2 teeth
Dropping in a M120 spring
Running a 11.1 20c lipo

How's this sound?

Lefse 04-25-2013 03:08 PM

You'll risk massive PME, as that combo will go far above 40 rps, theoretically you'll get close to 50 rps. I recommend you use a high torque motor instead, it's alot more efficient, and just alot easier to deal with.

Zardichar 04-25-2013 03:12 PM

Can an SHS HS even pull an M120 with 13:1?
It'd draw a lot of current if it does.

Lefse 04-25-2013 03:22 PM

It'll pull it, but the current drain will be ridiculous. I'm actually attempting a similar setup myself, should prove interesting hehe.

SSgt_Burgin 04-25-2013 04:30 PM

I really don’t want to buy another motor! What would I need to do to make this setup work?

Star_folder 04-25-2013 04:43 PM

You could use an M130 and short stroke by 3 or 4 teeth. You should be safe then.

Lefse 04-25-2013 04:43 PM

An M130 spring at least, 2 or 3 teeth short stroke, and extensive experience with tech work.

SSgt_Burgin 04-25-2013 04:57 PM

M130? LOL first you where saying that I will have a hard time pulling a M120.

I've been doing tech work on and off since like 2004/2005. Not saying that I am master at it but I do know my way around a mech box.

Star_folder 04-25-2013 05:01 PM

M130 short stroked 3 or 4 teeth. It's a much lighter pull, because it's not pulling the whole thing. Besides, Zardichar isn't giving SHS HS enough credit. I bet it could still pull an M130 on 13:1s without any short stroking. It wouldn't like it, but I'm fairly confident it would.

badger_1 04-25-2013 05:03 PM

Time for me to thread steal :/

Bleh, so I'm having a rough time with my cqr ( yes guys I'm aware it's a kwa ) so I've got the following:
G&P m170 HS motor (had it laying around)
SHS (matrix) gen1 13:1 ration gears
SHS red piston
SHS piston head
JG s system cylinder ( also had it laying around, the stock one cracked :anger: )
JG air nozzle
Madbul 6.03 tbb
An I've replaced the original wiring with a matrix MOSFET.

Now for my issue;
The wire that connects to the positive port of the MOSFET that, in turn, connects the positive connector port of the tamiya connectior that extends from it connecting to the battery, has dislodged it self from the contact inside the trigger housing. I'm thinking just soldering it back on, the wires aren't damaged, I held the wire in place with needle nose players, plugged in the battery and a motor, and it ran fine, I'd just like to make sure that soldering won't wreck the connection, as well anyone know what kind of solder I should use? ( size wise? ) ill get pictars later, it's really confusing to follow, but that's about as best I can put it. :/ thanks mates.

EDIT: bucking is also a g&g green
I'm just getting back into aeg's

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