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JG G36C Upgrades

  • 14-02-2018 5:59pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 4 MasterLanger


    Hi all,
    apologies if this has been asked before. trying to find out some info about my sons JG G36C airsoft gun. ive been trying to find out some info online about the right parts to get but still not sure. was reading about upgrading the bushings/bearings/shims. and also hte hop up rubber. not sure what sizes i should be looking for though. 6mm or 7mm bearings? any help would be greatly appreciated as i really dont have a clue what to look for or where to look. thanks in advance
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  • Registered Users Posts: 31,362 ✭✭✭✭ Gatling


    Hi all,
    apologies if this has been asked before. trying to find out some info about my sons JG G36C airsoft gun. ive been trying to find out some info online about the right parts to get but still not sure. was reading about upgrading the bushings/bearings/shims. and also hte hop up rubber. not sure what sizes i should be looking for though. 6mm or 7mm bearings? any help would be greatly appreciated as i really dont have a clue what to look for or where to look. thanks in advance


    The first upgrades id be looking at is a new high torque motor ,
    With 13-1 ratio shs gears ,
    New bearings and a cleaning of the gunky Chinese grease used in china made guns ,
    Hop up rubbers ,- there is a few different options from different manufacturers and cheap enough .
    Tight bore barrel would also be an option but a good cleaning of the current barrel with something like brasso will do the world of good
    Most of the suggestions can be found in the likes of hobby airsoft , airsofteire , sgairsoft and online

    Depending on budget you should be able to get most of the above for €100-120 give or take a few quid ,

    Langley , Virginia



  • Registered Users Posts: 4 MasterLanger


    Thanks for the reply Gatling. Found a SHS Neodymium High Torque Motor (Short) on hobby airsoft. but has an 18-1 ratio


  • Registered Users Posts: 31,362 ✭✭✭✭ Gatling


    Thanks for the reply Gatling. Found a SHS Neodymium High Torque Motor (Short) on hobby airsoft. but has an 18-1 ratio

    That's a great little motor , much better than the stock JG ,
    I'd be looking at 13:1 gears with the new motor you will get a much better trigger response and increased rate of fire

    Langley , Virginia



  • Registered Users Posts: 4 MasterLanger


    found a set of 13:1 gears on airsofteire for €25. and that above motor is good ya?


  • Registered Users Posts: 31,362 ✭✭✭✭ Gatling


    found a set of 13:1 gears on airsofteire for €25. and that above motor is good ya?

    Yes it is ,

    You Will notice a big improvement in performance almost straight away ,
    Give the barrel a good deep clean and your on the way to good set up

    Langley , Virginia



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  • Registered Users Posts: 4 MasterLanger


    Thanks for your help Gatling. really appreciated


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