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Stock conversion, battery location

Postby RogueTW5 on Tue Jun 21, 2016 5:48 pm

Ok guys, so I'm in the process of fitting a sliding stock onto my tw5, all is going to plan so far and I have read everything I can find regarding the conversion, the one aspect I'm struggling with is the battery location, I've heard tell of them being put in the upper reciever and locking the cocking handle forwards but I really can't see how to do this effectively, any help greatly recieved

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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby CxK-ArthurDent on Tue Jun 21, 2016 5:57 pm

help you with what ?

locking the cocking handle ?
or placing the battery ?

in my conversion i've placed the battery in the handguard.
i've placed a PVC tubing in the upper where the cocking handle spring is normaly located
and removed the complete spring mechanism from the cocking handle.

if you like to place the battery in the upper you have to do the same.
remove the sping part from the handle. but you do not need the pvc tubing
cause the battery in the upper will prevent the cocking action ..

just remove the black part of the cocking handle, the part that you can see
from the rest that hold the spring..
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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby RogueTW5 on Tue Jun 21, 2016 7:41 pm

I wanted to put the battery in the upper but there doesn't seem to be enough space, I'm sure I've seen one done before but cannot remember what had been done to allow it to fit
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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby Blackwolf on Wed Jun 22, 2016 1:23 am

Hello

I have pictures of The 3 TW5 I have converteu,will upload tomorrow

Ideal battery is a King Arms lipo 11.1 1300 nmh stick

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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby RogueTW5 on Wed Jun 22, 2016 7:27 am

Thanks blackwolf, that would be massively helpful :D
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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby CxK-ArthurDent on Wed Jun 22, 2016 7:47 pm

jep .. the sticktype will work, but only after removing the things i've told you
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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby Blackwolf on Fri Jun 24, 2016 4:15 pm

Hello

Here are some pictures

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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby RogueTW5 on Sat Jun 25, 2016 7:31 pm

Thanks , that's pretty much what I figured and have now found some batteries that will fit, she's pretty much done now, I'm considering running on 7.4 lipo batteries as they are far more available in the size I want, there is a slight trade off in the rifle being a little slower to cycle but on an 11.1 it just seems a ridiculous ROF to me anyway, anyone got thoughts on this?
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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby Blackwolf on Sun Jun 26, 2016 1:44 pm

Hello

DO NOT USE 7,4 or 8,4 Batteries, you will fry the eletronics.

The eletronics will burn Out deu laço of current.

9,6V or 11,1 V minimmum

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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby turkish23 on Tue Jul 19, 2016 2:20 pm

Can I ask what stock you have used for your conversion chap?
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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby RogueTW5 on Tue Jul 19, 2016 11:24 pm

I used the WE gbbr one, it took quite a lot of messing around and reshaping as well as removing and cutting the insides about but it's on and solid as a rock
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Re: Stock conversion, battery location

Postby turkish23 on Thu Jul 21, 2016 2:49 pm

thats what i was looking at using, im getting my TW5 back off the chap i sold it to and said if i ever got another i was going to do the conversion. just need to source the stock now

cheers for your help chap
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