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Old 10-28-2001, 03:09 PM #1
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Best size for Nitro?

Hey,
I'm going to get some Nitro. but I don't know what size to get. I'm thinking that 68 cu. would be good but I'm not sure since I've never used Nitro....that or a 88 cu....Also how many shots do you get for each size tank? Thanks a lot!

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Old 10-28-2001, 04:32 PM #2
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68 is really the best all around size. If you can afford the 4500 models and your field or shop can fill them, go with those and you'll get more shots than you would out of an 88.

I get right at 800-900 shots out of my 68/3k, but I also have the LP kit which boosts efficiency a little.
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Old 10-28-2001, 04:49 PM #3
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Hey,
Cool, I think I'm goint to get one real soon...as soon as I get paid. What company do you think...Air America, PMI,...I have a tight budget cause I'm only 16 .
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Old 10-29-2001, 06:44 AM #4
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on a budjet i would say PMI pure energy. decent regs. Luxfer 5yr tanks and if you decided on a 88 the are only as long as a 68 so you get more gas with the same length tank (just a bit fatter)

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Old 10-30-2001, 06:03 PM #5
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I'd agree with the PMI Pure Energy suggestion, decent tanks at a good price. I have both a 68/4500 and a 88/4500 and use them interchangeably between my Angel and Autococker and they work well on both. I got the 68/4500 for $219 and the 88/4500 for $239.
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