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Old 05-09-2014, 05:25 PM #1
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Join Date: May 2014
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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Best LP Tank --- Been Awhile

Hey guys... I used to play a lot and be an avid participant of these forums. Then college came and went and the real world started. Anyway, trying to get back into things and my tank is out of hydro. I want to play before the tank would come back from hydro, so I am debating buying a second. I currently have a Crossfire with the LP spring in (outputting 450psi). My Ego runs flawless on it, in fact, I had 2k of PSI left in the tank after 5 years and shot a half a case of old paint I had laying around without a single break (I didn't believe it either). There aren't any good local shops around so buying another crossfire and having them flip the spring in a pinch is out of the question... I was looking at Ninja adjustables, but noticed there were numerous versions within a $50 range. Are they reliable and, if so, is it worth getting the ultralight or is this an up sell gimmick only saving an ounce. Are there any other tanks that can be ordered LP or adjustable that are better? Appreciate the advice, glad to be back.
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Old 05-09-2014, 06:16 PM #2
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Ninja tanks are pretty solid, the adjustability is really the main selling point of those regs. I think CP makes a better reg consistency wise though. 450 psi output just like your crossfire too.
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Old 05-09-2014, 07:21 PM #3
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If you want some more opinions don't be afraid to check out the review section of the site as well.

As far as ordering an LP system, most come set HP but those that require a shim/spring kit can be ordered at an LP setting. You would just need an HP kit later on if you ever needed it. Ninjas come set to HP stock then you just remove the shims yourself to make it LP.
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