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Old 04-10-2008, 06:13 PM
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Default Re: Why You May Want to Use CO2 Instead of HPA

It should be noted however that CO2 tanks do have a tendency to dislike hot cars and extreme hot weather a lot more than Hpa, and that although it's not recommended that any tank sit in a overly hot environment, a full co2 tank can blow it's burst disk in less than 120* areas. Hpa requires a much greater temperature since a majority of the air is hydrogen.
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