When it say 4500 psi fill pressure and regulated to 2,900 psi , Does that mean the regulated pressure is the pressure I can fill my gun to, 2,900 psi ?????
Or could I fill it to 3,300 psi because the tank holds 4500 psi ?????
Make it simple for me , LOL
•Carbon Fiber Tank
•Max Fill Pressure of 4,500 PSI
•Regulated To 2,900 PSI Output & up to 10% 90 Cubic Inches
•Only weight 4.10 lb
•. 4.50 Inches Wide
•13 Inches Tall [Top of valve]
• Includes: Fill devices with female Foster quick-disconnect fitting and Carbon Fiber Tank
I could live with a small tank filling my Cricket to 2,900 psi
I wonder if there is a way around that,
I know its not much difference but I like starting out at 3,300 psi.
Is it an easy fix or would I have to replace the whole regulator ?
When I do buy its going to be a new one, I just would not feel right with a used 4500 psi tank sitting next to me in my truck, Or in a backpack,
I do not think it will explode, But with my luck, :rofl: :rofl:
I think you guys are miscommunicating.
Mike, if you are referring to a small carbon fiber wrapped tank like they use for paintball. The fill is usually 4500psi and the output pressure is regulated down to whatever…. In your example 2900psi
Ok I buy the small tank, I fill it to 4500psi, I can only fill my gun to 2900 psi because that’s what the tank is regulated to,
That’s right , Right, What do I have to do to fill to 3300 psi, Buy a new regulator ????
Yes, you would either readjust the regulator, (depending on type of regulator) remove/add shims or springs… Or purchase new regulator….
I would probably, tether the 4500 carbon tank to the gun as it would give a steady supply of 2900 psi regulated air up until the carbon tank drops off below the pressure of the regulator and whats stored in the gun.