I would also recommend switching to the G&G Striker spring or the King Arms version.
Bear in mind that, since this is the chain of events:
1. Striker Spring releases tension ..
2. .. pushes the valve knocker (inside the trigger) against the impact plate (on the magazine) which..
3 ..opens the magazine valve (on top of the magazine) and lets gas flow out
By using a reinforced spring you are putting the entire firing mechanism under more stress. It is not mandatory but it might be a good idea to replace these parts with steel upgrades. Remember that once you use one steel upgrade, you will tear down the non-steel upgrades that hit on or get hit by the steel ones. If you can, go full steel.
Nothing "mandatory" but check for signs of wearing so that your rifle doesn't break down on the field.
Upgrades worth checking (for reference, in random order):
- G&G Steel Valve Knocker
- King Arms Magazine Steel Impact Plate
- G&G Power Set
Notice that the G&G Magazine upgrades sometimes leave the magazine valve open..so the King Arms Impact Plate is a better solution. The G&G ones worked great on my stock Tanaka magazine but for some reason I wasn't able to install the properly on the long magazine, so I used the King Arms Steel Impact Plate.