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(Discontinued) Deep Fire Full titanium coated teeth standard pis
[DFCPP04]
$39.00
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by S. DIEDESCH Date Added: Wednesday 17 September, 2008
For: (Discontinued) Deep Fire Full titanium coated teeth standard pis
Product Information:
THe sectret to this piston's ghastly strength lies in the fact that the body is made from a fibrous nylon compoind. It weighs a little more than a similar polycarbon piston, but it's incredibly dense and ridiculously tough, and not nearly as heavy as an aluminum piston.

THe gear section itself is made from a titanium-laminated STEEL core gear, which is a good thing, considering that by volume, steel is actually stronger than titanium. THe titanium adds a good layer of low-friction, extremely hard-wearing surface for that rigid backbone of steel.

I've been using this piston with a Guarder SP110 spring and a 9.6v 4200mAh battery inside a Version 2 box for close to six years now. The gun shoots at a consistent 390FPS with an ROF approaching 1350RPM. It's about the only part other than the cylinder and the shell that I haven't had to replace regularly, and aside from a bit of a stamp mark from when I had a piston head separate during a firefight and turn sideways inside the gearbox, it shows zero wear.

If you're looking to install a piston into an upgraded gun, it really doesn't matter if you're on a budget or if you're not... THis is the most well-rounded high-end piston available, that I've seen, at the best cost I've had to deal with.

Pros:
Jesus Christ, man, it's, like... $%#@ing bulletproof!!!
I can't kill it!
It's cheap, too!

The fibrous nylon construction provides near-zero friction, combined with just a little bit of silicon lube, making this not just a great choice for a high-longevity piston, but its low mass compared to other tougher pistons makes it great for use in high-ROF guns or just someone seeking to have a lighter piston for better velocity.

Hard-wearing titanium-plated steel rack gear for EXTREME longevity and durability.

Smooth, chamfer-cut corners inside AND outside to reduce both shell friction and resistance from the spring itself. EVERYTHING is chamfered except the leading edge, giving the piston a very rounded appearance. THis also aids greatly in reducing friction by removing high-wear corners from the track surfaces and from the edge that the spring might contact.

TOUGH. I don't know how to stress this. My piston has survived several trips through hell and back, separated piston heads, broken gear axles, a kinked spring, and still continues to this day to tick.

Cons:
NOBODY EVER HAS THEM IN STOCK!!! AAGHHHH!!!

Gearbox jams might lead to a little bit of flex in the tooth section. If your gearbox isn't assembled properly, this might lead to the rack gear caving into the piston body. THis can be fixed with a flat surface and a few gentle taps from a hammer, but it's something important to watch for. The steel is resilient, but it's not recommended that you make a habit of doing this.
by J. LOPEZ Date Added: Monday 21 April, 2008
For: (Discontinued) Deep Fire Full titanium coated teeth standard pis
THE REASON WHY THIS PISTON IS SO STRONG IS BECAUSE ITS NOT A Polycarb. Piston IT IT VERY STRONG NYLON AND THATS WHAT MAKES THE BODY OF THIS PISTON ALONG WITH THIS TITANIUM TEETH THE PISTON WITH ALL THE "Strength" OUT THERE IT ALSO BECOMES VERY SLICK IN THE GEAR BOX WHERE IT SLIDES IN THE KEYS NYLON WAS REALLY SHOWING WISDOM ,ALSO WITH aluminum pistons ALLOY STICK TO ALLOY AND OTHER MATEL WHEN IT RUBS TOGETHER ALSO WHEN IT RUBS MATEL AGAIST MATEL IT CREATS FICTION AND GETS SUPER HOT AND MATEL ALLOY PUTS A LOAD ON YOUR GEARS WHEN THIS HAPPENS AND IT DOSEN'T TAKE BUT A FEW SHOTS TO START THE HEAT .WITH THE NYLON DEEP FIRE PISTON BECAUSE IT IS NYLON IT WILL LUBE IT SELF THE HOTTER IT GETS AND NOT LOSE BODY .
BUT THE Polycarb Piston IS A VERY STRONG FAMILY MEMBER TO WEAK PLASTICS AND WILL START TO MELT IN THE KEYS WITH HEAT CAUSE A BRAKING OR RUBING TO HAPPEN AND I HAVE SEEN THE BACK END OF POLY PISTONS COME RIGHT OFF BECAUSE OF THIS EVEN WITH HIGH END LUBE IN THE KEYS .
JUST TO LET SOME PEOPLE KNOW THE DEEP FIRE ALL NYLON PISTON WITH ONE TIT TOOTH I 1 STRONG STUCKER AS WELL .I KNOW THIS THE MAN WHO DESIGN THE TITANIUM TEETH WORKS FOR SOME BIG AUTO MOTIVE COMPANY IN JAPAN MAKING THE GEARS INSIDE OF TRANSMISSIONS ITS NOW WONDER THE TEETH ON THEASE PISTONS ARE SO AWSOME ,PLUS DEEP FIRE IS A COMPANY FULL OF AIRSOFTERS AND THEY KNOW WHAT WE GO THROUGH ON THE FEILD SO THEY WANT US TO HAVE THE BEST OK WELL I HOPE THAT HELPED SOME OF YOU AND MY BROS AT AGI ITS EAGLE1 FROM E1A
by J. LOPEZ Date Added: Saturday 24 November, 2007
For: (Discontinued) Deep Fire Full titanium coated teeth standard pis
I HAVE HAD THIS PISTON IN 7 OF MY AEGS FOR 4/12 YEARS AND THEY ARE STILL SHOOTING AT 400 FPS WITH .25'S ALSO I HAVE BEEN IN AIRSOFT FOR 12 YEARS AND HAVE USED JUST ABOUT EVERY PISTON OUT THERE THEY HAVE ALL FAILED WITHIN 24 WEEKS OR LESS THANK YOU DEEP FIRE !
by S. LEITER verified buyer Date Added: Friday 17 August, 2007
verified buyer
For: (Discontinued) Deep Fire Full titanium coated teeth standard pis
imo the best of the best (except they could have cut up the guiding rails like the new system but u can do that urself anyways and wouldnt do much) but when i first opened up the packaging from agi, it can in a nice box and 2 pieces, one is the TITANIUM teeth, the second was the poly piston which was thicker and definately stronger than the stock on by FAR. imo this is the best piston out there because u have the TITANIUM teeth which is as light as aluminum but as strong if not stronger than steel so there is no way this thing will strip NO WAY also with the lighter than aluminum poly piston, it is stronger and lighter than the ae and systema aluminum pistons and more efficient because of the lightness
by A. CONTRERAS Date Added: Saturday 05 May, 2007
For: (Discontinued) Deep Fire Full titanium coated teeth standard pis
Its a great piston no problems so far.
The only thing is that evike has the exact same one for $29
by C. CARNAHAN Date Added: Saturday 17 February, 2007
For: (Discontinued) Deep Fire Full titanium coated teeth standard pis
very good pistion it just has one flaw the teeth are titanium coated and the rest is plastic and there is a small piece of plastic and if you use something over a 130 sp spring it will break or if you have a 120 spring it will break after awhile but it will still last a long time. i got a 120 sp spring in my ca m15 spc with this pistion and it has lasted 1/4 of a year now and still going
by S. QUIAOIT Date Added: Friday 29 December, 2006
For: (Discontinued) Deep Fire Full titanium coated teeth standard pis
Very good quaility on both piston and teeth. On my application I broke a Systema polycarbanate and a ripped the teeth out of an Angel high speed polycarbonate in less then 500 rds. This piston has seen twice the action of both these piston and looks like is is not even worn. They should rename this piston "STUD-fire" !!!
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