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Just curious does anybody know the difference between the Laylax Zero Trigger and the PDI V trigger? I know that both utilize a 90 degree pistons but is there a difference in the trigger pull? Any help is appreciated, Thanks!
 

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The Zero Trigger is better from what I've heard. I have one, and it's great.
The V-trigger has an adjustable trigger pull. It is PDI, so you can't go wrong either way. I've read, however, that PDI is more of a bitch to work with as far as compatibility with non-PDI parts goes. I can't be sure though, seeing as I don't have one.
 

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I'm looking to use a polarstar 90 degree piston since it utilizes a U cup style o ring, my friend had one in his VSR and only had 0.5 FPS deviations in 5 shots using an Xcortech Chrono.

So i suppose then I should get the Laylax zero tigger, Thanks!
 

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The zero trigger is designed to give the lightest trugger pull possible, hence the "zero." I'm not completely sure what the v-trig is designed for, but it does have the adjustable pull like the stock trigger does. Even with this adjustable pull, you will never get the same low pull force as the z-trig. Then there is the m-trig which I have no experience with at all. The v-trig and z-trig work with the same things though, and while it is true that most pdi parts only work with other pdi parts, that doesn't apply to this.
 

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The zero trigger is designed to give the lightest trugger pull possible, hence the "zero." I'm not completely sure what the v-trig is designed for, but it does have the adjustable pull like the stock trigger does. Even with this adjustable pull, you will never get the same low pull force as the z-trig. Then there is the m-trig which I have no experience with at all. The v-trig and z-trig work with the same things though, and while it is true that most pdi parts only work with other pdi parts, that doesn't apply to this.
So you can use an all laylax setup, and a V-trigger, and have no problem?
 

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I would get a second opinion, but as far as my knowledge goes, yes you can.
 

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The Zero Trigger comes with a piston and the V trigger does not so factor that in to your thinking.

I got a Action Army zero trigger clone since it was half the price and so far so good (just needed to file down the spring guide stopper).
 

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That's what I have (it's in my description). The piston that it comes with is good. I'm pretty sure it's aluminum. Gets a much better airsdeal than the stock white plastic piston.
 

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It comes with just the 90 degree end? not the entire piston? Never heard of that one before. It must require modding of the stock piston, right?
 

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The PDI V-trigger I've had for 3 years is awesome. I've had zero problems with it. My only gripe about it is that it has a horrendous trigger problem, so adjust it to what suits you. I rarely see anyone have problems with V-trigger unlike the Zero-trigger. Plus, PDI sells spare parts for the V-trigger.
 

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That is true. If something breaks in the z-trig you can't get spare parts without asking around on here.
 

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Polarstar pistons do come with two ends, yes.
EdGI pistons come with one, but all you have to do is say what end you want and you will get either a 45 or 90 degree end.

Alternatively, there is a thread somewhere showing how to turn your 45 degree piston in to a 90 degree piston!
 

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To turn it to a 90 degree piston from 45 degrees, all you have to do is grind down the inside edge so it is 90 degrees. It's not that hard.
 
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