About enlarging the nozzle ID, I have sanded a stock tm nozzle from vsr-10, and noticed a hole inside it. It haven't made any airleak issues though.
Boring out the nozzle does indeed increase FPS, by a fair amount if your not shy with the drill size..... combine this with a deep ported and polished cylinder head and you can gain around 60 fps if done right and you get the port shape right. -Vindicareassassin
I completely agree on it being lacklaster so I edited it just a bit >I have written a guide on how to properly care for and clean our bucking, I noticed your cleaning section was a bit lackluster.
I will edit that section because I understand your logic. I suppose there might be other variables at work because my springs tend to lose power perhaps quicker than most, but I have a feeling it has to do with how much testing I perform >Lovely. I like the guide, major props. I disagree with the statement that our springs lose more power than an AEG spring, they go through 10k cycles in 3-4 days (or more) of airsofting, I have rifles that haven't seen 10k cycles yet. Even though it is left cocked for most of a game, an AEG spring is about the same, and our springs are stronger and beefier than theirs anyway.
Yes, you may, feel free to do what you will with it, and this 1 if you so choose :tup:Vindicare, I would like to ask for permission to quote some of your paragraphs so they can be placed into the original document. May I?
As for the LRBs, I typed up this document specifically for FPS. Because I'm not fully experienced with LRBs yet, does it have any noticeable affect on increasing FPS?
I may be planning on writing an Accuracy document similar to this, but focusing on just accuracy so I'm not sure if LRBs belongs here or there or perhaps both.
Yup, I noticed the gain when I fitted my LRB mod to my EMR, as I continued to use the .28s I always had.I have not noticed the LRBs increasing fps, but we may be using different styles.
I really dislike those "dogmatic trues" that some people almost impose on foruns, when this "true" is just a THEORY without realistic interpretations, and without conduction of proper testing and scientific observation in order to support them. What I know from proper testing on 2 rifles (stock Marui VSR and stock Well L96) is that you WILL NOT have even a 1fps increase.It does if it's done properly. Less energy is lost to vibrating the stock and more goes directly into the compression of the air in the cylinder. More compression equates to more energy transfer, which equates to a higher fps, QED.
LOL, so if you canot mesure it, how do you know it is there in first place? And even if you can´t mesuare it but it is there (atomic scale and quantum mechanics? LOL), why bother at all? We are talking onmeasurable increase of FPS.Now, the difference will be so minute you won't likely notice it or measure it, but it is there.