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Ok, So first let me thank all of you for helping me with my build and initial issues.

So I received all of my parts and built my VSR... shooting 510-530 fps with a pss10 150 spring... which based on what I see is what is should be shooting.

My problem is... I cannot get the damper cylinder head to thread on the stock TM cylinder. (Yes, I bought the VSR!) I read somewhere that I would have to file the threads down as they are too deep... is this accurate? Do I have to buy the telfon cylinder now?

Any extra help would be awesome!
 

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If you can't get the Laylax cylinder head to fit, consider the Polarstar High Flow Cylinder Head.
http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=6996
It prices at around $40, which is cheaper than getting a Laylax teflon cylinder.
However, it requires a new piston. If you are using the standard piston then it won't work, if you want to get a new piston without having to get a new trigger then look at the Polarstar 45 degree piston for around $60.
http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=5757
If you already have a new piston then it should work.

Hope I helped, Milo.
 

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MiloXC3 said:
If you can't get the Laylax cylinder head to fit, consider the Polarstar High Flow Cylinder Head.
http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=6996
It prices at around $40, which is cheaper than getting a Laylax teflon cylinder.
However, it requires a new piston. If you are using the standard piston then it won't work, if you want to get a new piston without having to get a new trigger then look at the Polarstar 45 degree piston for around $60.
http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=5757
If you already have a new piston then it should work.

Hope I helped, Milo.
I have the Z-Trigger so the piston wont be a problem... just wondering why it doesnt fit. Looks like the threads are too deep or something. Can't believe no one has a solution for this. I've searched around alot. Maybe just not in the right places. I'd just hate to spend another $40.00 on a piston head, when I have a perfectly good $35.00 sitting there. Might just be better to get the Cylinder that way my bolt pull is easier too! It's kind of rough with 150 spring I have in there.
 

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Yeah man you need the laylax cylinder. I think you'd be better off getting the Polarstar cylinder head though unless you want to make the bolt pull easier. A new cylinder makes the bolt pull easier.
 
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