[question]I wonder. High TPA = high torque?

Discussion in 'Gun Building, Modifications & Repairs' started by jinsukim, Jan 28, 2016.

  1. jinsukim

    jinsukim New Member

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    [question]please!! I wonder. High TPA = high torque?
    With common sense,
    High TPA = high torque
    To know.

    Is not it?
    Is that correct?


    (Right / wrong)
    It will be one of two things.
    Anyway,

    I would like to know logically why.

    What fits right side,
    If wrong, why wrong

    I wonder.




    Lonex
    A1 / Schwarz-Rot / Neo / 14TPA / 20AWG


    A2 / Schwarz-Orange / Neo / 15TPA / 21AWG


    A3 / Schwarz-Blau / Neo / 16TPA / 22AWG
    Systema
    Magnum /Schwarz-Rot / Neo / 14.5 TPA / 20AWG / Systema's Neo Magneten sind die stärksten!


    Tokyo Marui (Achtung: Polarität oft vertasucht!)
    EG700 / Schwarz-Schwarz / Ferrous / 20TPA / 20AWG

    EG1000 (Schwarz-Blau) / Ferrous / 22TPA / ??AWG


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    lonex,systema<----Why tpa lower than the TM eg1000?
    So 'EG1000' This will be stronger?
    If not, lonex,systema is special case?
    If not, I obtained data errors?




    Trusted information,
    Pictures, charts, etc. I want.

    Answers I'll wait
     
    Last edited: Jan 28, 2016
  2. AirsoftRyan778

    AirsoftRyan778 Active Member

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    Yes higher tpa will give higher torque, faster start up speed (faster trigger response), more efficiency, and will run cooler