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    Posted: 07 December 2005 at 6:54pm

does anyone know how many chambers in a tippmann x-chamber, friend went to store and the guy said you want one with at least 4 to 8 chambers, ibought part #98c-ve from action village , but it didnt say anything about this

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The Tippmann expansion chamber only has four. You would be much better off with buying the DOP X-Core which has eight stages.
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My A-5 x-chamber had a bottom and two halves. Maybe 4 chambers. Skip it and go straight to a regulator, you will like it more.
Think and give them all you have from the beginning, and never weaken!

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thanks for the advice ,didnt know there was a difference,shoulda done alittle more research

 

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There's a choice for each budget. HPA with regulator(s) performs best and cost most. Check out palmer's regulators, great for CO2 and HPA/Nitro. Good $100 upgrade.
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