CP Flow Plug
DP G3 Stock Barrel
Warrior Clamping Feedneck
Draxxus 68/4500 Tank
JT Proflex Revolutions
Proto 4+5 pack, Dye Locklids Red
Proto Tank Cover
Smaller than other 68/4500
Switchability(HP to LP)
Price maybe, you get what you pay for
This is one of the best tanks available. I love the size, weight, looks, and switchability. I am using it in HP, but I will prob. turn it to LP when I get my Angel. I love this tank.
I was used to my heavy Crossfire Aluminum tank, but this was like taking off a brick from my gun setup. It is so much lighter than my crossy, and even lighter than most P.e. tanks. I love the reg personally, enough to keep the gun at a nice distance.
I like the shots per fill, and it especially small for a 68/45k
I gotta say, DXS brought out one of the best tanks on the market.
Greatest tank, buy it. Much better than any P.E. tank, or even any Crossy. It looks dang sexy too.
And also, being smaller and lighter than most 68/45ks, it is totally worth the more $$$.
It all depends on you and your situation. For example, if you have a field with pay per fill, get the 68/45k hands down. If you are going for considerably more shots per tank, get the 68/45k. If you want to spend a little less, get the 68/45k.
If you want something SUPER small and super tiny, get the 48/45k. The same goes with it, it is tiny and makes your gun setup super light and tight.
But, it does have less shot capacity, etc.
Both are great, me personally, I like the feel of having a bigger tank.
But, if you have more money and want a lighter tighter setup, and a field that is all day air, then get the 48/45k. Either one is amazing.