CA M15A4 upgrading

Re: CA M15A4 upgrading

Postby Cheese Man » Sun Apr 03, 2011 9:46 pm

For the Gearbox, have someone help you with that. Like Andrew (who IS a douche), when I opened my friend's spare gearbox, I got a spring guide IN the wall, and irritated mother, and a hole clean through the wall in the garage. Just ask someone who knows what they are doing to help you out a little.
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Re: CA M15A4 upgrading

Postby roehoe72 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 10:02 pm

AlienAlaska wrote:high torque motors give you the ability to have a high rate of fire and still have high fps.

This is why I said "basic". Nick knows his sh¡t. I would trust him over almost any one to ask q's or do work. Andrew is just a douche, plain and simple
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Re: CA M15A4 upgrading

Postby TheMightyMoe » Sun Apr 03, 2011 11:29 pm

I would like to be a douche too.
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Re: CA M15A4 upgrading

Postby AlienAlaska » Mon Apr 04, 2011 7:21 pm

stock CA motor should do just fine with a 120 spring you will just notice a slower rof but it will do fine. is this a new CA or an older version?
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Re: CA M15A4 upgrading

Postby LieutenantKD » Mon Apr 04, 2011 9:05 pm

i have one question, is the m15 airsoft gun called the m15 because it is replicated after the CAR-15, or is it just a licensing thing not allowing them to call it a M16 or M4? Can't seem to figure it out...
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Re: CA M15A4 upgrading

Postby Saber » Mon Apr 04, 2011 11:29 pm

My CA stock motor seems to be doing fine, and my ROF increased dramatically despite the spring with the bearing spring guide and piston head. Less resistance on that spring because it's free to spin like it wants to, being a spring. It's the gears that seem to lack the heart.
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Re: CA M15A4 upgrading

Postby Reno » Tue Apr 05, 2011 1:03 pm

If you already have access to the mechbox check out this video at Mechbox.com

http://www.mechbox.com/mechbox/v2-mechb ... grade.html

Mechbox has instructional videos for about everything. Evike has a lot of videos in its internal upgrade section, although I haven't watched any of them. Good luck buddy, and remember to be patient.
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Re: CA M15A4 upgrading

Postby Reno » Tue Apr 05, 2011 2:50 pm

Does your AEG have a metal body? And is it wired to the front or that back.
Here is a take-down video from Evike that shows how to disassemble a metal body front wired AEG. Both the metal and abs(plastic) body Classic Army m4/16 disassemble this way. Regaurdless of where it is wired a your CA AEG should disassemble this way. If its wired to the rear its just that much easier to take-down.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCxQ2ZZi ... annel_page

Here is a takedown video of a plastic TM style body. I would watch both and follow the first one.

http://www.mechbox.com/m4m16/m733-disassembly.html
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Re: CA M15A4 upgrading

Postby Saber » Tue Apr 05, 2011 7:10 pm

I'm not sure about other folks around here, but I charge extra if you bring me a box of parts instead of an assembled gun.
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Re: CA M15A4 upgrading

Postby GoodasDead » Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:27 pm

I hope you don't expect anyone to do that for free..
I would actually charge more if anyone asked me to do that, It would take more time and I'd have to explain everything.
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