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Systema Metal Hop Up Unit for M16
[00372 / SYS-ZA0724]
$45.00 $40.50
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by M. SZKUBEL Date Added: Monday 25 February, 2008
For: Systema Metal Hop Up Unit for M16
wwhat does he mean by the little rubber bead. I have it its white and really tiny but i dont understand "on top of the buckling" PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!
by J. BARBER verified buyer Date Added: Tuesday 29 January, 2008
verified buyer
For: Systema Metal Hop Up Unit for M16
INSANE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

this thing is well worth the money, if you have an M-16/M4, you have to get this.

pros: shoots faster, shoots quieter, improves ROF (at least on mine)

cons: hard to install on JGs or echo 1s, but on an ICS it should be easy. i say its hard to install on a JG becuase you have to take off a lot of metal. don't be afraid to go crazy on it with a hack saw and bastard file.
by B. SHAFTO verified buyer Date Added: Sunday 27 January, 2008
verified buyer
For: Systema Metal Hop Up Unit for M16
Best of the best for hopups. Nubbin included with the set so don't worry about a thing. Buy it.

If you've never installed a hopup before it really isn't that hard at all. Just contact one of ASGI technicians and they can point you in the right direction. Otherwise just run a search on Airsoftretreat and there's a step by step walkthrough right there.
by S. SPANOVICH Date Added: Tuesday 08 January, 2008
For: Systema Metal Hop Up Unit for M16
this is very easy to install, however I do see where you are coming from. I was new once, and i'm still new. but its easy to install

Assuming you have bought the chamber and nothing else, you will need 3 things to get this working

-The actual hop up chamber, and all its accessories (especially the little bead or rubber that it comes with, DO NOT LOSE THAT)

- An actual hop up buckling, Definately go with systema or prometheus. On first choice go with systema, but if its not available, go with prometheus, or on a last resort, get guarder. Stay away from G+P and Madbull

and of couse you will need a barrel. It doesn't have to be a tightbore obviously.

now for the actual procedure

take the barrel, and find the part with the groove in it. Get the buckling, and find the groove on it. If all is right, the grooves should line right up, and the the little "hole" in the barrel should be covered by the buckling. However, the grooves MUST line up, otherwise the hop up thing is worthless.

so line the grooves up, and slide the buckling onto the barrel. Beware, the guarder silicon buckling is quite stubborn, and might require some silicon grease. The systema buckling will slide in quite easily.

next, after you've got step 1 + 2 done, you stuff the hop up buckling (with the barrel obviously) into the actual chamber. Now this part HAS to be done right. The groove on the barrel, that is alligned with the hop up buckling, should be pointed DOWN as you push it into the chamber.

Once that is done, you basically just start putting everything in its place. however there is one more important step that also defeats the purpose of the hop up, if it is done incorrectly.

The little bead of rubber (that I mentioned earlier) should go "on top" of the buckling. this is kind of hard to do, but it is not impossible.

take the chamber and look down into it withOUT the top white piece that goes on. you take the rubber bead and set it on the part of the buckling that you see. It HAS to be on the buckling. then when you are done with that, you put everything together.

if you got the systema buckling, there is a brass ring that comes with it. all you do on that, is slide it from the tip of the barrel and slide it down into the chamber. Don't force it though.

Hoped this helped, if there are any other questions concerning this. Write another review.

Sam
by S. SPANOVICH Date Added: Tuesday 08 January, 2008
For: Systema Metal Hop Up Unit for M16
this is very easy to install, however I do see where you are coming from. I was new once, and i'm still new. but its easy to install

Assuming you have bought the chamber and nothing else, you will need 3 things to get this working

-The actual hop up chamber, and all its accessories (especially the little bead or rubber that it comes with, DO NOT LOSE THAT)

- An actual hop up buckling, Definately go with systema or prometheus. On first choice go with systema, but if its not available, go with prometheus, or on a last resort, get guarder. Stay away from G+P and Madbull

and of couse you will need a barrel. It doesn't have to be a tightbore obviously.

now for the actual procedure

take the barrel, and find the part with the groove in it. Get the buckling, and find the groove on it. If all is right, the grooves should line right up, and the the little "hole" in the barrel should be covered by the buckling. However, the grooves MUST line up, otherwise the hop up thing is worthless.

so line the grooves up, and slide the buckling onto the barrel. Beware, the guarder silicon buckling is quite stubborn, and might require some silicon grease. The systema buckling will slide in quite easily.

next, after you've got step 1 + 2 done, you stuff the hop up buckling (with the barrel obviously) into the actual chamber. Now this part HAS to be done right. The groove on the barrel, that is alligned with the hop up buckling, should be pointed DOWN as you push it into the chamber.

Once that is done, you basically just start putting everything in its place. however there is one more important step that also defeats the purpose of the hop up, if it is done incorrectly.

The little bead of rubber (that I mentioned earlier) should go "on top" of the buckling. this is kind of hard to do, but it is not impossible.

take the chamber and look down into it withOUT the top white piece that goes on. you take the rubber bead and set it on the part of the buckling that you see. It HAS to be on the buckling. then when you are done with that, you put everything together.

if you got the systema buckling, there is a brass ring that comes with it. all you do on that, is slide it from the tip of the barrel and slide it down into the chamber. Don't force it though.

Hoped this helped, if there are any other questions concerning this. Write another review.

Sam
by M. POTE verified buyer Date Added: Sunday 30 December, 2007
verified buyer
For: Systema Metal Hop Up Unit for M16
i just ordered this for my KWA M4A1, and being a noob to airsoft, i have no idea how to install it or what i need to install it, can anyone help me out?
by S. SPANOVICH Date Added: Saturday 04 August, 2007
For: Systema Metal Hop Up Unit for M16
This is one hell of a hop up unit

This increases your FPS on your gun, SOOOOOO MUCH, its literally unbelieveable.

I used to use a crappy SRC hop up unit with a systema buckling, area 1000 piston head, and an alluminum piston with an m120 spring, and was very innefficient, it chroned about 330 with a .25. not good with an m120 spring

But THEN, I got THIS HOP UP and it boosted it up to about 360 with a .25, from just switching the hop up chamber, and then in conjunction with a tokyo mauri piston head, polycarb piston, and an area 1000 upgraded cylinder, my gun now gets about 380 with a .25 gram bb.

HOWEVER I DID RUN INTO A PROBLEM, when switching the hop up, and the piston head

Since the hop up chamber seals the air compression very well, it is harder for the gun to suck back air. I was using a systema air nozzle and since the tokyo mauri piston head doesn't have any holes, sometimes it woudn't suck back any air, or in other words, would dry fire every time even when there are bbs in the gun, or the bb would just roll out of the barrel.

I fixed this by cutting out the X shape on the systema air nozzle, that is found on the tokyo mauri, and (I think) classic army air nozzles. Having a regular O on an air nozzle is a bad idea, and I don't know why systema makes them that way. Another easy way to fix this is to replace the systema air nozzle with a tokyo mauri air nozzle, they work just as good. Can always trust tokyo mauri, and you can definately trust Systema, except for the one thing about the air nozzle.

Overall, GREAT BUY, you will NOT be dissapointed with this hop up unit, at least I wasn't

Sam

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