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    Posted: 06 December 2013 at 1:12am
I'm wondering if the XVR can be used with co2. Anyone?
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Yes. Go to the "Specifications" Tab
http://www.tippmann.com/Crossover_XVR_-_Red.aspx
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Well under specifactions it says capable gasses: HPA. However, it does say Co2 Capable:
not sure if colon means a yes or no goes there or that it is just a typo
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Originally posted by Noobster Noobster wrote:

Well under specifactions it says capable gasses: HPA. However, it does say Co2 Capable:
not sure if colon means a yes or no goes there or that it is just a typo


It's going to run better off of HPA, especially when firing high volumes of paint. But you can run it off of either. Especially if you run and anti-siphon CO2 tank in which case you'd see little to no difference between the air sources.
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