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TM EG 1000 Long Type Motor
[00136 / A-AEGI007]
by S. SPANOVICH Date Added: Tuesday 22 May, 2007
This is a great starting motor, that is powerful, and doesn't require modifying any internal parts.

I had an SRC AEG that I decided to upgrade*(see below) and the cheap motor that came with it could not handle an M120 spring. That is where this motor came in.

With good wiring, an 8.4 volt 3600 mah battery, and without a fuse, this motor can power a m120 spring at about 850 rpm. Not a bad motor.

This is also in stock TM m16s and some stock m4s. They come with a spring that has about 285 fps and an EG1000 motor. With an 8.4 volt battery with 3600 mah, this motor can power that at about 1000 rpm. With an 8.4 volt 1200 mah battery, this motor is about 800 rpm. Still not bad for a small battery.

Unfortunately, These motors don't compare with any of the systema motors, but for a stock motor, this kicks butt, and will power an M120 spring, and an M130 spring.

Overall this is a great motor for someone who doesn't feel like spending a ton of money on an upgraded motor. These motors are powerful enough to pull back a spring about 420 fps. Anything beyond that, the rate of fire tends to be a little bit slow.

*as said above, I upgraded the SRC m16, and i've learned a lesson. DON'T DO IT. They are a pain in the ass to upgrade, and if you do, you must replace ALL internals (gears, shims, bushings, piston, etc.). That will cost a lot, also i've spent about 3 months on mine, and its still not working that great. If you get enough money to buy an SRC for about 250, go with a TM. You'll be much better off.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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TM EG 1000 Long Type Motor
[00136 / A-AEGI007]

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