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Old 12-25-2010, 03:15 PM
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what HPA tank will fit better on my setup.... i was reading and i saw that:

Ninja Carbon Fiber Air Tank w/ Super Low Pressure Regulator - 68/4500 and
Ninja Black Pearl Carbon Fiber Air Tank w/ Ultralite Regulator - 68/4500

wont work on my setup... what do you think about the:

Ninja Carbon Fiber Air Tank w/ Ultralite Regulator - 90/4500 or Ninja Black Pearl Carbon Fiber Air Tank w/ Adjustable Regulator - 68/4500 or PMI Pure Energy 70/4500 Limited Edition Basic Tank - 5 Year Hydro - High Pressure Output ??????????????????????

which is better or recommend me a good GREAT HPA tank please ??
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Old 12-25-2010, 04:21 PM
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Go with a standard output tank. Low pressures do not work on all markers, and with the Ninjas you can take out/put in shims as desired to raise or lower the output. Keep in mind that the tank needs to be COMPLETELY empty before fiddling with that, though.

Also... I love my Grillz. Better than the Profiles I have tried but that is just me. Try both on if you can, and support your local paintball shop.
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Old 12-27-2010, 10:26 PM
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Here's a nice article you should check out. It will aid in deciding what tank to get. It also has a CO2 chart which shows you an approximation of shots with different size CO2 tanks and a formula that gives you an approximation of shots using compressed air. http://www.scubatoys.com/store/Paint.../whichtank.asp
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Old 01-07-2011, 10:14 PM
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Here's a nice article you should check out. It will aid in deciding what tank to get. It also has a CO2 chart which shows you an approximation of shots with different size CO2 tanks and a formula that gives you an approximation of shots using compressed air. http://www.scubatoys.com/store/Paint.../whichtank.asp
I was reading that interesting article but there's something that i dont got it...

N2 and HPA aint the same?

If not, can i fill a HPA tank wit N2 or backwards ??

Thanks
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Old 01-08-2011, 06:01 AM
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I was reading that interesting article but there's something that i dont got it...

N2 and HPA aint the same?

If not, can i fill a HPA tank wit N2 or backwards ??

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N2 and HPA tanks are the same. HPA stands for High Pressure Air, the air we breath is mostly composed of nitrogen. So to answer your question, yes you could use both.
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Old 01-08-2011, 12:59 PM
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N2 and HPA tanks are the same. HPA stands for High Pressure Air, the air we breath is mostly composed of nitrogen. So to answer your question, yes you could use both.
But... and this is a big but... if they have N2, make sure they are putting it in instead of O2. Some places that carry N2 sometimes carry both. O2 would be bad. Not a big worry, but something to pay attention to.
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Old 01-19-2011, 12:03 PM
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Hey, I just bot a Spyder Electra w/eye 09 and it works great. I sat down and read the book twice to learn as much as i could before using. I had some trouble at first. For instance, I couldnt get it to fire. It was because the delroy bolt was not in the stricker hole and also not in the cocked position. Other than that it has alot of power along with a rapid response trigger. I'll be purchase an electronic hopper next. I purchase the spyder on Amazon. They offer a complete kit for $209.00. Great buy.
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