Dangerous Power F8 Fusion
Halo B w/ rip drive
68/4500 DXS Tank
So the Draxxus 68 cubic inch 4500 psi (pounds per square inch) tank is possibly one of the best, anad lightest tanks on the market! Draxxus really put effort into this tank, and it definetely shows!
Weight - This is one of the first things you will notice when you get the tank, that it's super light weight compared to the other tanks.
Size - Well you might think that 68's are kind of long and narrow, but this one is just about as long as a 48 cubic inch tank, but pretty fat. Still even though it is a bit bulgy, that is not a problem at all, and it isn't even that big, which is great.
Consistency - I dry fired my F8 Fusion at 25 balls per second, and the tank kept up the whole way, no problems what so ever, keeping a good consistency. I also chronoed it in, and I saw a significant decrease of FPS inconsitency, I was hitting 280 - 283 the whole entire time. (I don't know if it has to do with the gun, but still new tank, better consistency)
Capacity - Fits just as much as another 68, but with a much smaller size.
Price - Even though it doesn't come cheap, the 160 dollars I spent on this tank was well worth it. Compared to other tanks, you'll definetely be glad that you bought Draxxus' product.
I trully don't see any weaknesses with this tank, so props to Draxxus and Procaps for making an amazing tank! It was well worth the money.
The best out of the best, I am very pleased with my carbon fiber tank, and that it is lighter than the rest, and holds just as much air, but with a smaller size, smaller price, and also very consistent air rate.
If you're looking to buy a new carbon fiber tank, look no further than the Draxxus 68/4500 psi tank! It's well worth the 160 dollars it costs!
Once again, I only give it a ten, because I think 9 would be degrading it, but I would rather have it at 9.9, since nothing is perfect, and can be improved upon even more. Other than that, great, great, great tank!