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    Posted: 13 December 2004 at 5:04pm

Heres what I have...

Tippmann 98 Custom
Flatline system
Nothing else

I'm buying a low pressure kit...

What else do I need to buy with it? And... any suggestions for those things? Looking for moderate priced, good quality items... a discount site would be nice, like countypaintball.com or something, but I don't know what to get, what would be best for my new low pressure kit?

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you dont need hpa for it, but i would recomend buying hpa before the lp kit.
 if your not looking to spend that much look into other stuff like an x-chamber or palmers stab, double trigger, drop or uni, etc.
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If you are getting the LP kit you will need a regulator, such as a Stabilizer.  If you are getting the LP kit, an x-chamber would do you no good and would be a waste of money.

 

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Holy CRAP I had no idea Nitro tanks are that exzpensive... was surfing the net founf the cheapest for like $50.00... anyone know where I can get them cheaper?
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You don't want the $50 tanks anyway.  They are too small. You need at least a 68/4500 tank.  Decent ones are around $200.  and the regulator will cost you $50-$80 or so as well.

 

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Originally posted by Clark Kent Clark Kent wrote:

You don't want the $50 tanks anyway.  They are too small. You need at least a 68/4500 tank.  Decent ones are around $200.  and the regulator will cost you $50-$80 or so as well.


 



Exactly. Get a good HPA tank before an LP kit. An LP kit isn't really necessary anyway, just nice to have sometimes.
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