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G&G Upgraded Reinforced Piston
[03285 / G-10-033]
$25.00
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by T. FIELDS verified buyer Date Added: Friday 23 July, 2010
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For: G&G Upgraded Reinforced Piston
Product Information:
used on my G&G l85a2, around 22-23bps on a m120, and G&P m160 motor, it was a pretty beast. the piston never showed wear at all, and i loved it, not to mention its three metal teeth really helps.

Pros:
durable
not too expensive
3 metal teeth

Cons:
N/A
by B. SNIFFEN verified buyer Date Added: Wednesday 28 April, 2010
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For: G&G Upgraded Reinforced Piston
Product Information:
This piston does not work in a VFC SCAR gearbox. After using it for about 5,000 rounds, I opened the gearbox and found that the teeth on the piston were eating a nasty groove into my cylinder. When I compared this piston to the stock VFC piston, this piston's teeth hang down slightly lower.

Pros:
tough piston

Cons:
too big for VFC gearbox.
by W. PARSONS verified buyer Date Added: Sunday 17 January, 2010
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For: G&G Upgraded Reinforced Piston
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Piston is tough, but did not like my steel guarder gear, nor did it like my cheap JG gear in my CA reinforced v2 gearbox. Working well with the CA gear. The gear has 1 broken tooth on the bottom of it yet it still works! :P go figure. The teeth of the Guarder gear did not mesh correctly with the piston teeth. The rails needed some major filing and the teeth needed sanded down a heck of a lot (like 1-1.5mm). Will be replacing this with a polycarb guarder piston soon. Will never buy this piston again unless I have a G&G gun.

Pros:
Tough
No 2nd tooth

Cons:
Teeth did not mesh correctly with reinforced steel gears
Required major filing and sanding to work in a good quality gearbox
by E. FAUST Date Added: Wednesday 18 November, 2009
For: G&G Upgraded Reinforced Piston
Product Information:
Update: 100,000 rounds down with the m130 at 22+ rps. Piston still in great condition!

Pros:


Cons:
by L. MOORE verified buyer Date Added: Sunday 15 November, 2009
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For: G&G Upgraded Reinforced Piston
Product Information:
It appears to be a decent piston. It is pulling an M120 spring at ~18 BPS fine. In my humble opinion, you could not ask for more than what this gives with this price.
I suggest keeping the spring under M120. I don't think it can handle much more.

Pros:
4 metal teeth
Very light
Very affordable

Cons:
Doesn't appeared to be able to handle more than M120.
by E. FAUST Date Added: Thursday 20 August, 2009
For: G&G Upgraded Reinforced Piston
Product Information:
I had ordered a G&P white piston, which GI was reliable as usual and told me it was on backorder, so I got this since it was the same price and very alike. It is very light, and has 4 metal teeth. I had installed this into my JG m16a4 that I use as a DMR. The setup is JG steel gears, G&G upgraded reinforced piston, 9.6v 2000 mah nunchuck, JG high torque motor, (not the new one that is equal or better than the magnum) and the stock m130 spring. This is putting out around 440-450 fps with 15 rps, and after 10k shots, I opened it up to put in a new wireset, and guess what? This piston had no sign that it had been used other than the grease on it and the third tooth removed for angle of engagement. (the second one is already gone, as it shows in the pic) This is a very nice piston for speed and moderate power upgrades, since it is light and very durable.

Do yourself a favor and buy one!

Pros:
-light
-durable
-4 metal teeth (good if you want to short stroke up to 3 teeth)
-$25
-outstanding quality for $25

Cons:
-none, I have not found anything that I don't like about this piston
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