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Old 11-17-2012, 05:49 PM   #11 (permalink)
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The only problem is the trilogies might not have a pin to open the tank.
If it has the pin you're fine running it vertical.
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If you want a tight set up with the 13/3k, turn your tank facing the other way. The "butt" of the tank facing towards the barrel. I used to run a Phantom the same way with a 4oz Co2 tank. It was very tight, but it still lets you run a reg to drop that pressure down to something usable with your tank.
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trilogy sports don't have a regulator.
but yea that setup would be usable if the tank doesn't hit the expansion chamber.
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Yeah they don't, but you can put one on there though. Even though you don't need one, i would still out one on there for the best performance.
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