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    Bravo Xyclone High Speed Motor


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    Bravo Airsoft Xyclone High Speed Motor review by Booligan
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    Table of Contents:
    Introduction
    Ordering/Company Info
    Basic Information
    First impressions/Packaging
    Motor Information
    Performance Information
    Pros/Cons
    Overall
    Introduction
    Bravo Airsoft continues to produce high quality internal components, and their latest offerings are upgraded motors, in high speed and high torque models. Today, I will be writing a brief review of their long high speed motor, the Xyclone.
    Ordering/Company Info:
    I obtained this motor directly from Bravo Airsoft in order to give it a first look review here on Airsoft Retreat. In this review, I will be looking at the construction of the motor, as well as the performance gains that it can give your AEG. It is currently priced at about $70-$80 at most major airsoft retailers.
    Basic Information:
    As mentioned before, the motor being reviewed today is a super high speed model, long length, designed for M4/16s, MP5s, etc. This motor has strong magnets, and my sources indicate that it spins at 53000 RPM, making it blazing fast. The only weak point indicated to me, and that I can confirm first hand, is the pinion gear is not the strongest material, so replacing it may be necessary later on.
    First impressions/Packaging:
    The motor comes packaged in a clear plastic sleeve, with a Bravo label. My first impression on checking out the motor is that it had damn strong magnets, making it quite difficult to rotate by hand.
    Motor Information:
    The motor has a chrome metal housing, with a blue plastic bell housing. A Bravo label can be found on the side of the housing, and the pinion gear uses a "D" type rod. As mentioned before, the metal used on the pinion gear isn't the best in the world, so I would look into replacements in case you start to have problems with it. It's a really solid little motor though, and the performance section below will show the ROF gains that it provides.
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    Motor overview
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    Pinion gear
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    Endbell housing
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    D-type pinion rod
    Performance Information:
    I've prepared a video below to show the performance gains of this motor in a variety of gun models.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qX0h7zL6uv4
    As you can see, it increases you rate of fire substantially, using a variety of different battery sources. If you want a motor to increase your ROF, this is certainly a great place to look!
    I did detailed testing using my Echo 1 ER16, firing at about 410 FPS. I took audio recordings using Audacity, using both an 8.4v 1600 mAh Intellect mini battery, as well as an 11.1v 1800 mAh 15C Elegence LiPo battery.
    Results were as follows:
    8.4v - stock motor - 10 RPS
    8.4v - Bravo motor - 15 RPS
    Increase of 50%
    11.1v - stock motor - 14 RPS
    11.1v - Bravo motor - Â 22 RPS
    Increase of 57%
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    Pros:
    Very high performance
    Able to be used with springs up to M130 strength
    Readily available at US based retailers
    Long length motor works in M4s, MP5s, and several other models
    Cons:
    A bit expensive - $70 or so
    Pinion gear isn't the best, and D-type pinion gears are a bit harder to find then standard ones
    Overall:
    This motor helps turn your gun into a BB hose, ready to spray a cloud of BBs at your opponents. It gives you great performance, and the only real shortcoming is the iffy pinion gear, which can easily be replaced. I know that this thing will happily find a home in one of my custom guns!
    Many thanks again to Bravo Airsoft and of course, Airsoft Retreat!

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