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Old 01-11-2013, 12:12 PM #1
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Hey I want to run a tank setup from my phantom u usually go stock class but I want to mount a bottom Asa and tank. my question is how long of a macro line or steel braid do I need to run from the bottom Asa to the vertical Asa thanks
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Old 01-11-2013, 06:30 PM #2
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You have to just kinda go by trial and error, it depends on want Asa you are using among other things.
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Old 01-11-2013, 07:18 PM #3
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You have to just kinda go by trial and error, it depends on want Asa you are using among other things.
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:48 PM #4
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5" give or take. Macro line might be easier but I hate that ****

4" if you use a quick disconnect in there somewhere
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:13 PM #5
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5" give or take. Macro line might be easier but I hate that ****

4" if you use a quick disconnect in there somewhere
Thanks I was thinking of having a 90 degree turn out of the Asa with a male quick disconnect then another male quick disconnect in a 1/8 reducer in the vertical Asa then the steel braid with 2 female quick disconnects what do you think?
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Thanks I was thinking of having a 90 degree turn out of the Asa with a male quick disconnect then another male quick disconnect in a 1/8 reducer in the vertical Asa then the steel braid with 2 female quick disconnects what do you think?
the 90' out of the ASA is a given. Running 1 quick disconnect is probably better. I think that area would get a bit crowded with 2. I think your end up with a 2" price of braided and 2" worth of quick connects or a loop of steel braid. Overly complicated and not very clean.

Part of the reason why I have 2 Phantoms is I like the vertical asa configuration. But I also have 1 configured with a Palmer's STAB reg going to a bottomline ASA.
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One thing to keep in mind is that a CCI .45 block adds a 5* upwards angle to any ASA mounted to it, so you'll either want to use an ASP adapter block or find an ASA that is angled at least 5* downwards to cancel out the angle.

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the 90' out of the ASA is a given. Running 1 quick disconnect is probably better. I think that area would get a bit crowded with 2. I think your end up with a 2" price of braided and 2" worth of quick connects or a loop of steel braid. Overly complicated and not very clean.
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Yep, just put the quick disconnect on the ASA side of the hose and thread the other end of the hose directly into the reducer.
That way you can just disconnect and remove the hose when you want to go vertical again.

Here's my gun using one set of quick-disconnects and 5" worth of hose.


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