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Old February 2nd, 2006, 02:32   #1
Jonmarshall
 
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Question -Answered Thx!- TM SR-16 w/Systema m100-120 upgrade

I got a TM SR-16 with stock internals, except that I put oiless prometheus bushings into it. I just got a 9.6 volts 1700 mAh battery that came with the G&P crane stock.

My question is wich spring is the best for a little more power?

I can get the Systema M120 for about 12 US$ and the m100 sor about 10 US$ so is the M120 too much for the gearbox and can someone tell me about how much FPS will I get using one of them?

Oh and btw,I know Illusion made a spring chart but he made it with .20g and Im always using .25g.

Thanks!
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Old March 21st, 2006, 10:37   #2
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I would recomend M100 , because with M120 your auto fire will lose much acuracy .
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Old March 21st, 2006, 10:42   #3
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I am currently running my M4 with one of those complete systema M120 boxes. I am shooting at 340ish give or take 3fps with 0.25's, so about 360-ish with 0.2's.
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