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Systema Area 1000 Polycarb Piston Head
[00679 / A1000DPH]
$16.00 $14.40
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by M. MILLER verified buyer Date Added: Monday 07 September, 2009
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For: Systema Area 1000 Polycarb Piston Head
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I had a similar experience as M. STONE, however, when the screw worked it's way out it damaged the piston head in the process. I ended up replacing the screw/washer altogether with a screw that was able to make use of the threads in the piston head.

Pros:
Cheap
Light
Sturdy

Cons:
Included screw/washer are dangerous, replace before installation. You may be able to get away with locktite but it's better to just scrap them right off
by M. STONE Date Added: Friday 03 July, 2009
For: Systema Area 1000 Polycarb Piston Head
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Good head, high quality, only had one issue with it with in over 5000. the screw that i used to secure it to the piston worked its way out, and it got stuck in the cylinder, luckily it didnt break any thing else. I just replaced the screw and a lil bit of lock-tight. I am using a hi-speed setup, w/m120. GReat piston head.

Pros:
Light
durable
absorbs some impact

Cons:
needs lock-tight for some screws
by N. KIM Date Added: Friday 30 January, 2009
For: Systema Area 1000 Polycarb Piston Head
Product Information:
One of the best and most recommended piston head, just need to switch out the oring there known to be on the thin side. These are the exact same piston heads as the systema duracon except it has no bearings which isnt really needed if you have a bearing spring guide.

Pros:
Same as duracon


Cons:
Need different oring
by S. SPANOVICH Date Added: Thursday 01 November, 2007
For: Systema Area 1000 Polycarb Piston Head
I've already written a review, but after the following experiments, i've came up with a conclusion.

I will use two piston heads in my experiment, the TM and the Area 1000 piston head. Both are used with an m120 spring and .25 bbs.

The TM piston head (which is in my opinion and experience the best on the market) has an AWESOME seal and can be used with just about any cylinder out there, and when it shoots the bb, the bb chroned at about 370 FPS, the bb dropped when it got to about the 175 foot marker

Now, when I used the Area 1000 piston head, It chroned at 300 FPS (with an m120), BUT.......the bb never dropped until it got to the 205 foot marker.

As you can see, the Tokyo Mauri piston head gives the bb more and more power, but it drops a little shorter than the area 1000. The area 1000 on the other hand gives it more range, but less power. I reccommend the area 1000 to people who are snipers and want lots of range on their gun. I personally prefer the TM because 175 is all the more range I need to get kills, but its all up to you. Hope this helped.

Sam

Sam
by S. SPANOVICH Date Added: Saturday 04 August, 2007
For: Systema Area 1000 Polycarb Piston Head
This is ok, but not the best. At first I thought "oh its made by systema, it should be good". WRONG, honestly in my opinion, Area 1000 and Systema are two complete different products, systema products are better.

Anyways, this sealed my stock cylinder descent after greasing it up, however I tried an area 1000 upgraded cylinder, and regardless of how much silicon grease I put on, it couldn't seal it.

In my opinion, the Tokyo Mauri Piston head has much better performance, and air compression. It has no holes in it, so it provides, MUCH better efficiency. The only problem I've had with the TM is that it had some trouble sucking back air, see my review on the systema hop up chamber for more details.

Also the TM is cheaper than this one, and seals the upgraded cylinder like its cake.

Sam

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