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Hi all, got my m90 spring today and started to strip the piston assembly and some parts went flying.

the parts i have on the bench after some searching are: 2 split halves, 1 black plastic nozzle, spring guide and nut, 1 piston sleeve and piston, 1 small looped ended spring.

what does the small looped end spring connect to?

hope someone can help!

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It connects the tappet plate to the gearbox.

Have a look here:

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It connects the tappet plate to the gearbox.

Have a look here:



Thanks bud, all sorted out and the gun shoots much much smoother, less aggressive and feels like it has a higher rate of fire with the M90 spring in.

Not chrono'd it yet but it is a vast improvement.




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