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Old 08-15-2010, 09:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Semi S5 spring question

Recently bought a used s5 autococker. First thing I did was re-lube the gun and sweetspot the reg. I had difficulty getting the gun to shoot higher than 275 fps. I also noticed, while playing over the weekend, the gun seems to be a bit inefficient.

I might toy with some stiffer springs to see if that'll make it more efficient and shoot closer to 300 fps. Maybe a madman blue valve spring with a green main spring.

I know it's a big no-no to mess with ccm lower tubes but I figure I don't need a light pump stroke since it'll stay as my main autococker.

Just wondering if you guys think it'll fix my problems or did I not setup my gun properly? Any input will be appreciated. Thanks.
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If it were me - I would simply get a new set of springs from CCM.

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Old 08-15-2010, 11:25 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah I can do that since I got a S6 on order anyway.
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wow this summer theres been a whole lot of s5's for sale...
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