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Old 05-22-2008, 11:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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using HPA on a Phantom

ok what is needed besides the tank? i have a 22CI tank i wanna use with my phantom. are there any modifications i need to do? i understand that i will have to put a ASA on there. but internally, is there anything i need to change?
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If your gun is set up for 12 grams you will need a bottomline..

After that you will need to screw the tank in...

Thats all. You will probably have to adjust the velocity and maybe the springing but nothing will be hazardous when you use a HPA tank just perhaps not set quite right.
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i have a 12 gram and a 3.5oz. so i wouldn't need to put in a reg? just put on a ASA and move the hose around? wait... i've got the hardline...
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Old 05-22-2008, 11:36 PM   #5 (permalink)
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the tank will be putting out about 750psi - the 12ies you use are CO2 - so more like 1200psi.

You can prob just adjust with velocity adjust - but might need to re-spring.
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the tank will be putting out about 750psi - the 12ies you use are CO2 - so more like 1200psi.

You can prob just adjust with velocity adjust - but might need to re-spring.
CO2 and HPA both normally output around 800.
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CO2 pressure ranges from 700-1200psi depending on weather conditions on a mid 70's day it will be around 800-900psi on a day with 80-90+ degree weather your looking at the pressure being nearer 1200psi.

So depending where you live and typical temperatures will depend on what kind've adjustments you will need to make.


edit - you will probably want to get a drop foward for that 22ci unless your in the 6'+ size range, I'm 5'7" and I can't comfortably run a 22ci off a duckbill bottomline, my arms are to short.
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CO2 and HPA both normally output around 800.
sorry, I meant up to 1200psi.

any yes, the 22ci is a pretty long tank.
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I dunno I had an asa, bought tank, screwed in, adjusted velocity, all good.
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