Originally Posted by SPYDRMN22
All pretty accurate but remember Spyders need like 800 psi to operate right and most compressed air tanks don't come out that high unless specified as a High Output tank,so if you can find one yes it's better for the overall gun and if you can't you will have to crank the velocity screw in a lot to get it to chrono maybe new main spring too.
Pretty sure that Compressed Air tanks, unless designed to be different, output approximately 800psi.
The Ninja SHP (outputs up to 1100 psi) is designed for tippmann markers.
The Ninja Pro Reg is designed for 450-850psi, so that works on the majority of markers.
The Ninja SLP is designed to output 400psi(?) to achieve larger amounts of cycles to be output by the tank.
Pure Energy Regs, if i remember correctly, outputs ~800psi. There are Low Pressure kits for those regs to bring the output down.
I do not know the output pressure(s) of Crossfire or Empire Regs.
On the other hand, the output pressure of a CO2 tank can vary based upon the conditions of the tank and it's surroundings. Cold tank would result in lower inconsistent output pressures because the liquid CO2 takes longer to vaporize into a gas. And a hot tank would output higher pressures because it's vaporizing faster.