Torque up gears are built to withstand stress, better than original ratio gears. That doesn't necessarily mean that they have more teeth; but rather, the teeth may be thicker, so that they are less vulnerable to stress. Also, a lot of companies are introducing their torque up gear sets with helical teeth. Helical teeth allow for less stress on each individual tooth of the gear, since the teeth are angled, the stress is better managed, making them less susceptible to break with the use of a higher spring.Torque up sets are a lie. All the gears have the same number of teeth.
Yeah considering that his gun is shooting somewhere in the 900s, which I would never allow myself to play with. Even with super conservative engagement limits.I know Op-Doc has a G&G M14 that shoots 750 FPS with a .36g bb. That little guy is a monster and he's outranging some of the hottest sniper rifles out there.