G36C Upgrading

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by fragger, Dec 30, 2012.

  1. fragger

    fragger New Member

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    Hi,i would like to upgrade my JG G36C and achieve 125~130m/s i have chosen these parts:
    Spring for AEG SP 120 [Guarder] http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Guarder-AEG-Airsoft-upgrade-Spring-120-/270791956646
    Military Action Stainless Steel Spring Guide for Ver3 http://www.airsoftpark.com/military-action-stainless-steel-spring-guide-ver3-p-310.html
    Element 7mm Steel Ball Bearing Bushing http://www.airsoftpark.com/element-steel-ball-bearing-bushing-p-9533.html
    Energy 7 Teeth PolyCarbonate Piston Black http://www.airsoftpark.com/energy-teeth-polycarbonate-piston-black-p-2827.html
    Military Action Aluminum Ventilation Piston Head Silver http://www.airsoftpark.com/military-action-aluminum-ventilation-piston-head-silver-p-10643.html
    Guarder Hop Up Rubber http://airsoftas.lt/Aksesuarai/Atsargines_dalys/Gumelė_Hop-Up_permatoma
    But i don't know which cylinder head will fit ? Is this good? http://www.airsoftpark.com/element-aluminum-cylinder-head-gearbox-blue-p-9836.html
    Is everything good with this build or should i change something?
     
    Last edited: Dec 30, 2012
  2. Lefse

    Lefse Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Replace all items in your list with Lonex, Guarder or SHS parts and you're good to go. Don't use 7mm ball bearings, they're too fragile, especially cheap ones. I use Element oil-less steel bushings in most of my builds, they are cheap, they've fit snugly in all my GB's so far, and I haven't had any issues with them. If you want something a bit fancies you can get Modify bushings, they're higher quality, but are quite expensive.