Comments on the Echo1/CYMA RPK?

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by MutherRussiaFTW, Dec 5, 2012.

  1. MutherRussiaFTW

    MutherRussiaFTW New Member

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    Just wondering what y'all thought about the echo1/CYMA RPK, seems like the best RPK on the market.
     
  2. soviet

    soviet New Member

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    There good, sparky has/had one. I've heard there sturdy and built like a tank.
     

  3. MutherRussiaFTW

    MutherRussiaFTW New Member

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    Yea I heard the stock is rock hard and won't break on you like TSD's. do u know if it's easy to upgrade?
     
  4. Ehudakineyah

    Ehudakineyah New Member

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    Very Easy to upgrade, VFC Style V3 Gearbox and Body set up.

    stocks are solid and the wood isn't too shabby either. unlike the horrible SRC/TSD ones.

    front end has a little wobble after a year of abuse. but nothing crazy. and doesnt effect accuracy at all.

    My CYMA RPK is shooting 450 fps @ 12 bps (32:1 gears, half tooth piston, 7.4v 20c 3300 mAh). Not meant to be fast at all, battery lasts forever.
    Spare CYMA V3 Gearbox: 485 fps @ 18 bps (18:1 gears (non SS), same battery)

    Upgradeability is only limited to the imagination of the tech. As it is endless.

    Yes, i think its one of the better RPK's on the market for the price.

    Hard to compare to a Inokatsu RPK though, but thats $1500. Its even more solid then the real steel version haha.
     
  5. MutherRussiaFTW

    MutherRussiaFTW New Member

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    Yea, I really like the steel parts, and I was wondering what drum mag worked on it?
     
  6. Ehudakineyah

    Ehudakineyah New Member

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    - CYMA drum mag
    - MAG Steel Drum mag
    - Laylax/DEN drum mags
    - TOP 1000 rd drum
    - Hero Arma Drums
    - SRC/TSD drum mag
    - STAR/ARES drums

    I wouldn't suggest DBoys ones. Cheapy made. All plastic. Only thing that's metal is the screws and small springs pretty much lol