I was thinking a new chamber + rubber, then TBB. I was debating on when I would need a new cylinder head. Would that help in the smoothness of re-racking the bolt? Right now its quite stiff compared to when the stock internals are in it.Trigger, then cylinder and cylinder head.
Have you got a tight bore barrel and new hop up chamber/rubber?
Currently I'm sitting at ~450 fps. I'm running .30 washed bbs. Based on what other people have been telling me I'm going to try .40s in it. Is there a thread on DIY spacers you guys could share? I'll probably get a new barrel. It will most likely be a 6.03 pdi. One last thing.. is there a place I can order stock Marui parts? I lost one of the plastic parts that are there when you pull the chamber out. Everyone says careful of the springs, I have those just not one of the plastic parts. I think that is what is causing my firing issue Anyways, thanks a lot guysHow much fps you're shooting?
If you're over 500 then I'd suggest to install the 9ball hard bucking, don't change anything else.
As MiloXC3 said make some barrel spacers.
See how the rifle go and then if you're not happy change the hop up chamber and barrel.
Super find for the spacer, thanks a ton! I'll pester TM for the new part. Thanks man6.03 PDI is a great choice. It will increase your fps a bit too.
Try Tokyo Marui official website, or write on their Facebook page.
On this thread there is a part on making barrel spacers. Ignore all the other stuff about VSRs etc!
The guy is saying to wrap the inner barrel in teflon tape and it will allow you to slide it out when needed. I haven't actually tried this yet though; I was going to a long time ago, but ended up buying a G&G Heavy Barrel for my KJW. It seems like it may work, you may want to just wrap a section in teflon tape, and pour some way over it and let it dry to make sure that it will slide out.Wesley, does that mean you have a one-piece barrel and can't take the inner barrel out of the outer barrel?
It's all good man. Somebody else on this forum also recommended spraying the inner barrel with some WD-40 and then spraying some expandable foam in the outer barrel. It seems like it would be easier to remove if needed, but little pieces might flake off into the barrel.Sorry, I posted that comment before I watched the video. It's a great idea, I might do it to my old stock barrel for some practice!