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stefano_cercone
04-08-2007, 04:54 PM
LP AND hp what is the difference betrween does things i dont understand please help

shunut
04-08-2007, 05:01 PM
LP = Low Pressure
HP = High Pressure

When people talk about HP and LP they are either talking about output pressure of tanks or operating pressure of markers, but most of the time about tanks.

Most markers operate on HP tanks with the exception of a few Angels. HP tanks generally have a fixed output pressure of 800-850 psi. LP tanks generally have a fixed output pressure of 400-450psi.

spitfirocks
04-09-2007, 03:14 PM
welll low pressure guns use more volume of air, and it takes a longer time for the ball to excelerate, it also has less kick, and it is slighly queiter than high pressure.

pilots operate at about 800psi, unlike a low pressure gun which is about 225-250. In my oppinion lowpressure is slightly better