cyma m14 help!

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by screach, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. screach

    screach New Member

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    Hi guys, I just received a used cyma m14, non socom. I was wondering what parts you would sugest to enhance accuracy and fps. This is soley because I'm makeing a dmr. Thank you for your time.
     
  2. Fyzix

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    Guarder cylinder and cylinder head (sealed together with liquid gasket maker)
    Guarder Piston
    Guarder air nozzle
    G&G M130 spring
    Polished, cleaned, reshimmed and relubed gearbox
    JBU 6.01 TBB
    ECHO1 H-nub
    Systema Hop Up Buckin

    That's what I have in mine.

    Hitting accurately at ~250 feet.
     

  3. screach

    screach New Member

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    Alright, since I have limited funds, and I also want some externals as well. What is the least I could get by with still holding a good accuracy and fps?
     
  4. Txmxbarajas

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    The stock gears can handle a m140 spring with a high torque motor. U can also fit a 650mm madbull tightbore for extreme accuracy if u get a suppressor.

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  5. Batman

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    I'm hitting ~200 all day with teflon sealed cylinder head, madbull blue bucking, and KA .25's.
     
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  6. screach

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    Ok I was thinking on the lines of a dmr convertion kit, and a silencer. Plus a super core piston, tm eg1000 motor, and a sp130 spring. Would that work?
     
  7. Batman

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    what's a DMR conversion kit.
     
  8. screach

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    Its like the g&p m14 convertion kit.
     
  9. Fyzix

    Fyzix Fyzzy Was Here. Supporting Member

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    Link, please? I'm kinda interested in this...
     
  10. JakeBworth

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    Iirc, they have been sold out for years.
     
  11. screach

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    Red wolf airsoft, has them currently in stock. I can't copy the url though I'm useing the app.
     
  12. JakeBworth

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  13. Fyzix

    Fyzix Fyzzy Was Here. Supporting Member

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    ooooooh yeah! Those! I drool over those every time I see them. But before I drop 180+s/h on that, I'd focus on internals. A sexy stock doesn't make a DMR.
     
  14. screach

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    Ya. At the moment I have the gun stripped down to the gear box. I'm decideing if I should just keep it like that till I get the parts or put it back together.
     
  15. Star_folder

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    I would close it back up to keep dust out of the gearbox.

    Depending on what kind of DMR you are wanting to build, I'd get a new motor and a new air nozzle, possibly some new bushings. The rest of the stock parts are strong enough to handle an M140 or M150.

    Research a flat hop or r-hop, they are cheap mods you can do to your gun to greatly increase your range and accuracy over that of a standard bucking and nub.
     
  16. screach

    screach New Member

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    Ok so new cylender, spring motor, and bushings?
     
  17. Star_folder

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    New cylinder? Unless there's something wrong with the stock cylinder, why get a new one? If it's not a full cylinder, getting a full cylinder would help with heavier bbs.
     
  18. screach

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    OK so instead of a cylinder i should get a piston?
     
  19. Star_folder

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    lol, are you just dying to get something else for your gearbox? Put an air nozzle on your list, I'm rather positive that the stock one doesn't have an o-ring, and that's a great investment.

    With proper AoE, the piston will be perfectly fine stock.
     
  20. screach

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    well the thing is, I just traded a guy my m4 for his m14, and it shoots fine. but i am the sniper for my team and our next game is in a week and a half. so im kind of in kind of a time crunch to get a good looking, and extremely accurate gun. and i will also have to get the full auto disabled. so that is my position.