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PostSubject: Installing toolbox's Sorbo pad with AOE   Thu Feb 19, 2009 2:07 pm

Aloha Teammate!

AOE stands for Angle of Engagement, the angle at which the sector gear and fist tooth of the piston body make contact at the beginning of the shot cycle. The stock angle of engagement looks like this: Exclamation




At this angle the face of the 1st sector tooth hits the corner of the Piston body's (PB) 1st tooth fist rather than engaging it squarely on the face. What could happen is; the piston body will move upwards a bit pivoting the PB as it moves backwards. If this continues it will lead to the derformation of the PB's Fist tooth or worse Carnage! like this. Shocked






So to prevent the same thing from happening and add protection to my gearbox, Piston body and sector gear. I installed TOOLBOX's Sorbo pad with AOE!

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Remove the stock rubber from your cylinder head and Superglue the new Sorbo pads in place. Remember before doing this clean the cylinder head & Sorbo pad with soap & water! There should be no oil on the surfaces being joined for maximun adhesion.



Yes it is thicker by 3.86mm compared to the stock rubber damper.

Install the cylinder head back into the cylinder sealing it with RTV silicone. Special note regarding the cylinder; due to the added volume of the thicker Sorbo pad, it is adviceable to upgrade to the next bigger cylinder to which you are using now.

With the added length of the Sorbo pad it is nessesary to remove the 2nd & 3rd tooth of the piston body to clear the clycle. If you do not remove them the sector gear will pick up the 2nd or 3r tooth of the piston body.



Simple kaayo tanawon sa? Pwerting gahia sa mga ingipon sa deep fire pre! Siguroa hait imong limbas, baskog imong bukton og naa kay cape gi andam!



After a while...



Maypa nag dentista ko. Kamao ra man diay ko manangtang ug ngipon! Laughing

After puting everything back together, this is what my AOE looks now!




Compare it to the stock AOE again




This upgrade is for durability and reliablity. Wala pa hioum ko naka pa chrono sa akong pusil if naa bay added FPS due to the added spring compression or any loss the ROF for that matter.
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PostSubject: Re: Installing toolbox's Sorbo pad with AOE   Thu Feb 19, 2009 8:31 pm

WOW OK NI PRE
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PostSubject: Re: Installing toolbox's Sorbo pad with AOE   Thu Feb 19, 2009 8:34 pm

Pre wen ta maka shems sa ako stubby wen ka free?
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PostSubject: Re: Installing toolbox's Sorbo pad with AOE   Thu Feb 19, 2009 9:04 pm

mka taas ni ROF carlo?
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PostSubject: Re: Installing toolbox's Sorbo pad with AOE   Fri Feb 20, 2009 12:03 pm

Sa akong tanaw pre murag dili man kung naa man gani gamay ra, maybe kay ni mubo man sad ang stroke cycle Question Sa FPS basin naa, kay ma compress man ang spring gamay. Kinda like the efftect a spring guide with bearing has when you replace a stock plactic spring guide.

In my point of view it's more of a durability upgrade. The thickness of the sorbo pad gives you more shock absorbtion than the standard 3mm ASR sorbo pad or a stock rubber damper. It also gives the piston body and sector gear a better angle of engagement. Mas maka compyansa sad kag operate sa imong pusil at a higher rate of fire kung mag upgrade naka.

But im not an expert or a gunsmith. Ako ra mang opinion pre Very Happy

Wala pa man sad gud ko naka pa chrono so at this point it's still all theoretical.
Pag naka test nako ako nya i post pre.
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PostSubject: Re: Installing toolbox's Sorbo pad with AOE   Fri Feb 20, 2009 8:06 pm

kana pre maoy gipangita.....
bitaw kapoy basa,isturyahi lang ko inig kita nato puhon2x pre....weeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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