The System Super Core Piston has been dubbed the strongest poly-carb piston in the world by some of airsoft's best technicians. A strong poly-carb piston, like the Super Core, is beneficial over an aluminum piston because it is light weight, which transfers less energy to the gearbox shell, thus reducing the probability of cracking it.
The use of aftermarket airsoft parts is not an exact science. Some parts may require fitting even thought they were designed to fit without modification. Professional installation of upgrade parts is highly recommended.
2010-12-20 03:02:22 J. MONTES verified buyer Product Information:
System Super Core
This Piston is just pure wicked! After almost 15,000 or so rounds and about 5 games later, I recently did some maintenance on my gearbox, and after re-inspecting any signs of wear, nicks, cracks, splits, you name it, there was none whatsoever! I am a true believer in this piston! Price is a bit steep, but you wont regret it! Just as long as you have this properly installed and your gears are shimmed right, you cant go wrong with whatever set-up you may have. Overall, 5 out of 5 stars! This Piston ROCKS!
-Somewhat light in weight
-Strong, durable in build
-Price a tad high
-Are you kidding me?
2010-01-18 10:07:36 M. PEREZ Product Information:
This is the strongest piston i have ever used. I am running around 320 fps and aroundd 25 bbs per second. After 12 hours of playing there is no signs of wear and tear.
-half are metal teeth
-polycarbonate not metal
2010-01-15 21:39:23 C. STEVERSON Product Information:
Ok look all I wanted to say is that this piston is WAAAAYYYY over priced. I mean just look at it, 50 bucks for a piece of plastic that won't last over 1 month in a high speed gun. The ASGI Azimuth piston (Not really an Airsoft Gi brand) costs 18 dollars, which is the most I've seen them be sold for over the internet, but still a great price. (WGC Shop sells them for 7 dollars, wow, but I'm too lazy to get them shipped here from hong kong) The azimuth last WAAAAAYYYYYY longer, can withstand a vice, and are under 1/3 the price.
2) Not that sturdy
3) Use your money and buy three azimuth pistons, they will last you longer than you will play airsoft