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G4-A3 Upgrades

Postby brianmj03 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 4:35 pm

Hello There What Upgrades Are Good For The G4-A3.
The best armor is staying out of gun-shot.
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Re: G4-A3 Upgrades

Postby Airsoftman1 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 7:32 pm

I've heard that you should replace these parts from previous reviews of G&G M4's
Spring
Motor
Piston
Hop-up
Hop-up Bucking
Air Nozzel

I'm not sure if you need to replace ALL of those parts, but thats just what I've heard from other guys.
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Re: G4-A3 Upgrades

Postby tylerflow » Wed Feb 01, 2012 7:54 pm

Airsoftman1 wrote:I've heard that you should replace these parts from previous reviews of G&G M4's
Spring Spring is pretty good already.
Motor Definitely.
Piston Well, not necessarily, but the piston head must be replaced.
Hop-up Nope.
Hop-up Bucking Bucking is fine
Air Nozzel Not needed, but a o-ring nozzle would be nice.

Replace the horrible wiring
Use deans connectors rather than tamiya
Cylinder and cylinder head (disables blowback and fixes G&G's horrible air seal)
Get steel bushings

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Re: G4-A3 Upgrades

Postby Airsoftman1 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 8:02 pm

tylerflow wrote:
Airsoftman1 wrote:I've heard that you should replace these parts from previous reviews of G&G M4's
Spring Spring is pretty good already.
Motor Definitely.
Piston Well, not necessarily, but the piston head must be replaced.
Hop-up Nope.
Hop-up Bucking Bucking is fine
Air Nozzel Not needed, but a o-ring nozzle would be nice.

Replace the horrible wiring
Use deans connectors rather than tamiya
Cylinder and cylinder head (disables blowback and fixes G&G's horrible air seal)
Get steel bushings


Thanx I'll take that into consideration next time :)
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Re: G4-A3 Upgrades

Postby blackhawk13 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 5:11 am

tylerflow wrote:
Airsoftman1 wrote:I've heard that you should replace these parts from previous reviews of G&G M4's
Spring Spring is pretty good already.
Motor Definitely.
Piston Well, not necessarily, but the piston head must be replaced.
Hop-up Nope.
Hop-up Bucking Bucking is fine
Air Nozzel Not needed, but a o-ring nozzle would be nice.

Replace the horrible wiring
Use deans connectors rather than tamiya
Cylinder and cylinder head (disables blowback and fixes G&G's horrible air seal)
Get steel bushings


I agree with almost everything except: The cylinder head is not that bad in the guns I have worked on.

Also, replacing the spring? That is one of the hardest things to screw up in a gun... really? :roll:
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Re: G4-A3 Upgrades

Postby tylerflow » Thu Feb 02, 2012 7:39 am

blackhawk13 wrote:I agree with almost everything except: The cylinder head is not that bad in the guns I have worked on.


The stock cylinder head didn't fit in a JG or CA cylinder so it may be something to take into consideration.
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Re: G4-A3 Upgrades

Postby blackhawk13 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 10:23 am

tylerflow wrote:
blackhawk13 wrote:I agree with almost everything except: The cylinder head is not that bad in the guns I have worked on.


The stock cylinder head didn't fit in a JG or CA cylinder so it may be something to take into consideration.

Really? I have had no trouble installing one in a Systema Area 1000 cylinder as well as a few others (don't remember brands) and they fit fine for me. I'll have to take a look next time I open my rifle up (which will have to be soon...).
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