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Old January 31st, 2009, 13:28   #1
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APS-2 piston on Airsoftparts.ca

Hey there,

So, i'm getting a good deal of cash soon and i'm thinking I could treat myself and fix up a few things for my guns. Starting with my CA M24. So far it needs a new hopup chamber, Tightbore barrel and piston.

Now, im really only wanting to order within canada and airsoftparts.ca has two pistons which I could order (if they get them back in stock)

King Arms Reinforced Piston for APS-2 / Type96
http://www.airsoftparts.ca/store2/in...roducts_id=751

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Modify Teflon Super Lightweight Piston Type96
http://www.airsoftparts.ca/store2/in...oducts_id=1096

Now, for my question; Do these things require a seperate piston head? I've heard that some do, and if so, would I be able to use the piston head already on my stock m24 piston? (Its made out of a decent aluminum, I dont think its going to hold out much longer though with my 400fps spring though.)

and secondly, which of the two would be better for my m24?

The current parts in it so far:

Stock:
Hopup chamber
Bolt
Cylinder
Barrel
piston
Piston head

Upgraded:
400fps spring (Laylax? Pss2 SP130)
Ball bearing spring guide
KN hopup rubber.


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Old January 31st, 2009, 13:45   #2
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Both those pistons require a separate rubber snap on piston head. As to which is better, both will do the same thing, identical for the most part. I have a Guarder APS2 piston that looks like the Modify one................ really doesn't matter. And buy two pistonheads when you get one, they are cheap and is worth having a second spare around.
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Old January 31st, 2009, 13:58   #3
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Both those pistons require a separate rubber snap on piston head. As to which is better, both will do the same thing, identical for the most part. I have a Guarder APS2 piston that looks like the Modify one................ really doesn't matter. And buy two pistonheads when you get one, they are cheap and is worth having a second spare around.
Alright, I dont know of any place in canada that sells the piston head, and for some reason, Airsoftparts.ca doesnt hold them . So I am stuck ordering elsewhere?
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Old January 31st, 2009, 14:08   #4
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You can order inner part oversea, why dont you look on some other site? uncompany, ehobby, or other?
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