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Old 11-18-2007, 10:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help finding adjustable HPA tank for RT MAG

I need some advice. I have 3 HPA tanks, but all are preset to around 800-900 psi. I am told that if I use an adjustable tank, I can set the pressure to over 1000psi which will make my RT trigger much more reactive. I prefer a 68/4500 tank, anyone have any suggestions? I would prefer something that is easily adjustable so that I do not have to change springs and the such.

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look about for an AGD Flatline

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AGD Flatline. Good tank regs, easy to adjust, many of the same parts a classic valve IIRC, good recharge rate. Huge size, and require a rail are the only bad thing I've found about them.
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Old 11-18-2007, 11:50 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Read here for a little info on the Flatline.
One drawback is when you turn off the air and shoot down the trapped air, you will be left with 400PSI or so. The only way to vent the air is to disengauge an airline on the valve or reg. I have gotten around this problem by using mine with a remote line.

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Ok, so what the heck does FWIW mean? i must be getting old, or just plain not with it anymore lol
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There are also screw in adjustable Nitro duck tanks.. I dont recall how high they adjust too though

If you want one I do belive my team mate has one that he is selling I can put you in contact with him.
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Centerflag Dynaflow is what I would choose for an adjustable HPA tank capable of outputting darned high PSI.

You can find them pretty cheap.
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