View Full Version : thinking about getting a new tank...have a couple question first though

06-26-2007, 04:44 PM
ok so im thinking of moving to a 68/45 because i need a few more shots than i get from my 3000.but i want a tank that is lighter and smaller than the crossy i have now..so i was wondering if any of you had any expirence with the crossfire tanks and the newer dxs and cp tanks so i could maybe get your comarison of the two(or any other tanks that yall know are light and smaller)?also are there any advantages to running low pressure on my pmr?iv looked into it and it doesnt seem to make any difference with the pmr,but i have no expirence with lp tanks.thanks in advance for your help;)

06-26-2007, 07:07 PM
Don't get a LP tank unless your running a angel, everything else will run off of HP.

I have two 68/4500 crossfire tanks now, one HP, one LP and I wouldn't use anything else, the reg is the best i have ever used. The downside is there heavy.

My cousin has a CP 68/4500 now and there is a noticeable difference in weight, its also alittle shorter i think. Can't say anything about the reg on it though, he messed up his ACL in his knee and can't play right now.

VS3 Sniper
06-26-2007, 08:22 PM
I have two crossfire tanks right now and i love em the best regs on the market imo

06-27-2007, 07:17 AM
yeah i have a crossfire and its a great tank but im going to get a 4500 and wanted something maybe lighter and smaller

07-01-2007, 07:13 AM
if you want a lighter tank then get a 45ci 4500psi crossfire tank. there are smaller and lighter then the 68ci and i got like 800-900 shots out of it with my PMR stock. but if you need more shots, then that get the 68ci. I get about 1300 out of a 68ci tank.

07-01-2007, 07:21 AM
If you don't plan on playing rec. ball outside of play at the field I would get a 45/4500. Smaller and lighter and you don't need 1200 shots per game..If you do, that must mean you're not paying for paint. Just refill after each game and you're set with a smaller and lighter setup and imo more comfortable.

07-01-2007, 09:09 AM
so a 45/45 should get pretty much the same amount of shots as my 68/30..correct?i actually was lookikng to get more shots and a smaller tank.like a 68/45 that is lighter and/or smaller than my crossfire.