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    Posted: 25 September 2004 at 10:11pm
i want to put a x-chamber and a hose kit on my 98custom. do i have to bye a different x-chamber to fit? do i need 2 90dagrees connectors? 
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If it's going on a stock 98c and you get the GTA (Genuine Tippmann Accessories) expansion chamber, all you need is two inline fittings and the piece of macroline (I'm assuming you're talking about the macroline hose kit).
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For a good x-chamber this is what you need:

X-Chamber(I recommend the x-core)

A new hose.

2 90 degree fittings

A Vertical Adapter

And Teflon tape or loctite.
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is it just as big on the inside of the microline as it is in a metal hose??

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Originally posted by james_8997 james_8997 wrote:

is it just as big on the inside of the microline as it is in a metal hose??


I think you meen macroline, in which case, yes. Macroline is just steel braided without the steel braiding. If you meant microline then no microline is smaller.


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Heres whatcha need, order a x-chamber, and hose and a vertical adapter.
That's all you need. Look at my gun to see how it'll work. (You won't be
able to see the vertical adfapter, but it lets you screw the x-chamber in
the front grip spot)
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v297/nicolaevolkov/P619000 7.jpg
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for some reason the link didn't post right, here it is again... http://
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what one is better? macroline or microline??
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macroline... microline is rarely used these days and may be too small for most applications.
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