The Echo1 MAX Series Light Weight Piston with metal teeth is a highly durable, super lightweight piston that features a full set of high strength metal teeth. It is also just slightly longer than a standard AEG piston, which provides for a better angle of engagement, and makes this particular piston ideal for high speed and high FPS AEG builds.
Manufacturer: ECHO 1
Model: MAX Series Light Weight Piston with metal teeth
Teeth material: Full Metal
Package Includes: Piston ONLY
Full metal teeth
Increased length for improved angle of engagement
Perfect for high speed and high FPS builds
Internal upgrades can require intensive work and professional installation is highly recommended.
2012-12-01 12:53:22 J. PIROG verified buyer Product Information:
really good piston. i put it in my vfc m4 with the stock piston head and 10000 rounds later it still is like new
cheaper than most other GOOD pistons
high quality plastic
2012-05-06 00:03:46 K. COLBURN verified buyer Product Information:
Awesome piston, have always been a sucker for full metal tooth racks opposed to poly-carb setups because of the enhanced reliability. I can say with confidence that when my gun is pulling 27 RPS on an M120 spring, 10 second bursts are not a problem. Combine this with some high caps, a Matrix Turbo 3000 motor,a 9.6v battery, and you've got yourself one hell of a monster.
14 tooth, good for AOE
Replaceable tooth racks
Light, but strong
Good for high speed or torque setups
Cheap when compared to similar Matrix pistons
No cons that I can find so far, it's lasted well over 3000 rounds so far. Just be sure to grease the teeth generously to prevent unwanted wear and tear upon sector gear teeth.
2012-04-23 21:58:53 G. HORN verified buyer Product Information:
This is a nice piston for the price, i bought one of these for a friend (he tried upgrading his spring to an M120 with a plastic piston needless to say all the teeth were gone) and tossed it into his gun... gun shoots like a champ now. and now i'm buying one for an M16 build i'm doing.
This piston allows a stronger spring,
And is lightweight to not lower ROF or have more for the spring to push
I cant think of any cons right now, because it does all that it should, it's in the name.