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    Posted: 21 July 2006 at 8:22am
So for my spyder i have HPA and i have heard in the past that i could use my HPA tank on my tippmanns. Is it true that I can use my HPA tank on my Custom?

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Yep. Tippmann run on high pressure unless you have a LPK (low pressure kit).
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Yep. You're set to run HPA on your Tippys.
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Originally posted by jerseypaint jerseypaint wrote:

Yep. Tippmann run on high pressure unless you have a LPK (low pressure kit).


Even then you want a HP tank.
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yea hp is better if u can offord it..     i have a tank but its a pain to get it filled because our only paintball stop is only open on sundays and i have to work for 7 to 5...so i have no time..
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Originally posted by jerseypaint jerseypaint wrote:

Yep. Tippmann run on high pressure unless you have a LPK (low pressure kit).

You can use HPA with the lpk too, just use a reg/stab to get your pressure down.

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Originally posted by sinisterNorth sinisterNorth wrote:

Yep. You're set to run HPA on your Tippys.
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