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    Posted: 19 June 2006 at 2:44pm
Im lookin into crossfires 68/4500 HPA tank and wonderin about the low pressure version.  Its the same price but would I need a low pressure kit on my a5 to use it?  Should I get it?
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no you dont need low pressure on the A5...



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In order to use the LP version of the tank, you would need the LPK.
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? 2 different things
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We're both right...
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Even with the LPK, it is often suggested that you run a high pressure tank. Then use a secondary regulator to get it down to low pressure.

Either way a high pressure tank will work, and in most cases it is better.
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I hear HP is better in tippies but whats better between just normal pressure or HP?


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There is no such thing as "normal pressure.
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