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Old 02-14-2002, 09:43 PM #1
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wich setup?

ok,,im getting an excal(in the mail)..the waiting is killing me....anyways.
I now have a 68/3k agd flatline and im wondering what would give the best overall performance ie. weight, consistancy...
so,keep my tank i have now or trade it and get a 45/45 crossfire screw in? i also have a thor if that changes anything...

whats your opinion stick with the flatline or go with the screw in...

thanks in advance for takeing the time to help me out....

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Old 02-15-2002, 09:04 AM #2
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I prefer the screw-ins. That way your gun isn't dependant on one tank. What happens if a bit of dirt gets into your fill nipple and causes it to leak? Gun down! With a screw-in you would just put another tank on the gun and be ready for the next game.

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Old 02-15-2002, 10:18 AM #3
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I agree on using the screw in type. Besides versatility there is the cost factor and no difference in performance.

A few years ago regulators were not very good so the tank manufacturers made adjustable tanks. They also charged out the rear end for a tank with regulated air on them. As of today, there are numerous great regulators so you don't need a regulator on the tank.

For example, you can go out and get a regulated tank for $350-$450 depending on the brand name (68 ci/4500). If you buy a screw in tank and a regulator a lot cheaper than buying the adjustable tank. You can get a Crossfire tank for $169.00 and a great regulator for $85.00 (Sidewinder). Big difference in cost.

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Old 02-15-2002, 06:18 PM #4
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even screw-in tanks have a regulator. This is what brings the pressure down from 3000 (4500) psi to 800 psi. Adjustable tanks just have an adjustable reg on them and are usually of better quality (last longer, more consistant, etc)
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