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Old 02-11-2008, 01:33 PM
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Default remote coil question

i have two tanks a 48/3000 and 68/4500 (just bought) but my remote say's 3000 psi max on it. its sounds like a stupid question but the 4500 tank will work with it right?, 4500psi mean how much is stored in the tank?
-VS3: j&j 14", egg3, cut "wings", drilled foregrip, no co2 filter, 220 psi, red body kit, red macro, 68/4500. soon: sick body, feedneck.

-MR1: trinity feedneck, mr series 16" riffled, no co2 filter, macro line, 48/3000 steely, remote coil. soon: j&j 16"-20", mr series stock.

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Old 02-11-2008, 06:25 PM
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Default Re: remote coil question

the reg on the front of the tank lowers the psi so the remote will work. i think lol, somebody please confirm this
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Old 02-11-2008, 06:36 PM
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Default Re: remote coil question

even with an HPA or co2 tank, you'll never have more than about 900 PSI coming out of the tank, so a 3000 PSI remote (which is the standard psi for a remote) is fine. this question has been asked a few times before.
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