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    Posted: 03 February 2006 at 5:44pm
Palmers Stabilizer keeps out liquid co2 and regulates your air. Get it, ditch the X-Chamber. 
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Well, you won't really need the x-chamber after you have the regulator.  The only kind of reg I know of that will work with CO2 is a Palmers Stabalizer.  You should probably upgrade to HPA though.
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Is there a way to set up a reg AND expansion chamber? cause i have an x-chamber to deal with liquid Co2 (which has been a problem for me), but ive heard regs are excellent. is there a way i can put the x-chamber somewhere else and then the reg into the VA?
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