The Throttle Preset is a technologically advanced yet simple hassle-free regulator and is quickly becoming the favorite style among professionals today. The Throttle Preset is factory set to an efficient 850 psi. This unique design provides maximum unrestriced air flow at a constant output pressure which is more than suitable for any marker available today. As with most preset systems, this regulated air system should be used in conjuction with a good in-line reg, such as our Hyper Reg, so all you have to do is just screw in and play.
The Dye Throttle Preset Air System is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Ion, mongoose flame-drop w/ 32-degrees on/off, allamerican, DYE throttle 68-4500 fiber tank, blue Reloader B, CP roller trigger, lapco clamping feed, black macroline, blue and black body kit w/ matching foregrip, blue Dye stickies, blackheart board
Standard Fiber Wrapped
Alot of Air in a VERY light package
I love this. But then again, I am a lil biased cuz I love ANYTHING Dye makes. The only down side to it is that it is kinda pricey ($257 for a 68/4500). But hey, ya gotta pay to play. I certainly believe that this tank is well worth the money. It is lighter than a Steel 47/3000 when the 47/3000 is empty and the Throttle is completely full. However, I do reccomend getting a Tank Cover incase you drop it.
32 Degrees Drop Forward
Dye Throttle 45/4500
Fill Nipple Sucked
Not Many Shots
I bought this tank because i wanted a very light nitrogen tank. This was deffinately lighter than the pure energy's and a little less than the crossfires. The only thing i dont like about this product is that on my first fill with it the fill nipple leaked like crazy. But i got it fixed for free in about 5 minutes at my local store. Now i havnt had a problem with it. Now the only thing i dont like about it is that a 45 4500 tank doesnt have many shots at all in it, but thats my fault for buying a small tank.
If you want a dye tank i would get one. If you only plan on shooting 600 shots than get this tank. But a 68 tank would be good.
Very good tank. On the three different guns I've used this on (Ion, Cocker, and Timmys) I've experienced no shootdown. It's also amazingly consistent, one of the best I think on the market. I have a 91/4500, and I think its just a tad heavy for the size, but nothing too distracting. I love this tank, and its another awesome tank from Dye. Also, the price isn't too bad.
I would definitely buy this tank. Its a good buy for the price, and it won't let u down.
Light, consestant air flow, not a leak yet, and very sexy!
None that i can think of!
I got a nitro duck two years ago and i loved it. But i moved to the mid/back position so i needed a bigger tank. I was at a local store when i saw a cross fire 68, 4500 for $200. So i was leaning tward that untill i saw the throttle peanut 71, 4500. I am sooooo glad i got it. In games i never run out of air and i have the same consitancy (+/- 3) in the crono. Also the penut is smaller than most 71, 4500 so it give a great small profile!
I give this tank a 10 out of 10!!Very reliable and sexy!!
I'm reviewing the '05 70ci 4500psi Dye Throttle Preset Peanut. This product is absolutely amazing - very well thought out. I've always preferred smaller tanks, as I am a front player, and have never used such a perfect tank as this for the position. It's about the same length as my hand, fully extended, and isn't too fat (like some stubby tanks). The regulator is sleek, has a great recharge rate, and a tight, short profile. The peanut is also the lightest tank I've used.
I would recommend this product as an end-all for anyone seeking a small, light, and still aesthetic tank(such as all my fellow front-players out there). The only problem is the price - my peanut was about $215. However, if you want the best, this is it. Buy it and you won't be disappointed!
Ion - CP Roller Trigger - Stiffi Barrel - CCM Feedneck - SmartParts Drop & Asa - Eclipse QEV - Hybrid Lady Grips - Dye Throttle 70/4500 Peanut Tank
Size, Size, Weight, Size and Size
I havent had a whole lot of testing with this tank but it had become my primary tank.Its light, very stylish, and a very useful compact size. The high pressure output is exactly what my Ion needs to rip. The regulator seems to be of great quality. Overall i would recommend these tanks to anyone looking for a high quality product from a high quality company.
2005 Red Ton Ton Shocker-Dynasty board, freak kit, Dye sticky grips, NDZ Stainless Steal manifold, NDZ ULP stinger bolt kit, NDZ roller trigger, Halo B w/ rip-drive, 70/45 Dye Stubby
Short preset reg(the screw in part)
This tank is as hot as it gets. Its not super-incredibly-mind-boggling light, but it's a good weight. The preset reg, or part that screws into the on/off, is really short: enabling a shorter tank for pulling in tighter.
I got the dye rhino tank cover for it, looks kew.
The main reason I got this tank was because I had a shocker with a SP max-flow tank on it, with this set up I could pull the tank in VERY close to my shoulder because it was short.
I got a ton ton shocker with a (vert reg) so I wanted the same feeling, this tank is just as close as my max-flow tank, and of course lighter, and smaller in overall size.
Good price, dye makes a very good nitrogen tank, so I thought it would be expensive...wrong! It costs just as much or less than other tanks it's size. I got mine for $179(my teams whole-sale account) but I've found them as low as $217.
It's the best tank I've ever owned, Small, Light, Looks kew, Consistent...everything a tank should be, and best of all, it's a stubby!
go buy one
Tippmann A-5 with dye throttle peanut stubby 70/45 preset, flatline barrel, response trigger, and air america uni-reg
This tank is very compact! Read more in Body
Nothing to big
I love this tank! Here are my strenghts and weaknesses.
Strenghts: Small(shorter than a 20oz co2 tank), light weight, consistant.
Weaknesses: the only weakness is that sometimes i cant find a place to get all 4500 psi's filled!
Ok. I bought this off ebay for 170 dollars and i consider that i got a steal. when i bought this, the picture showed a tank that looked like a crossfire tank and was not black like dye throttles, but it has a reg. that would be on a throttle and says dye throttle on it (just telling you that part in case you are in same situation.) So far i love this tank even though my A-5 is a gas hog and i dont get many shots!
if you want hpa, and can afford this, i recomend you buy it! Check ebay for a deal on this tank! I am giving this a nine because of the hefty price tag.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, March 30th, 2005 at 5:59 pm PST
Eclipse front pneu's
AKA Tornado valve
Orange Paintball Bolt
AKA 2-Liter reg
Powerlyte scepter barrel kit
Dye throttle 71/4500
No dropoff (up to 20pbs)
Does what it's supposed to do, give air
Wish i had a low pressure output on tank
paint on threads
It gets the job done, i wish i had a lower output pressure on mine (don't know if it comes with a lower output pressure) but that's not really it's fault. The only problem i've had with mine is the paint around the threads has a tendancy to flake off, not too much though. Just keep the threads clean and if you want to virtually eliminate this problem just get an on/off asa as it will relieve the pressure on the threads and is probably better for the tank anyway.
It's a good tank, no dropoff that i've experienced, but the paint on the threads is a little annoying. There are better out there but it's a good bang for the buck.
DM5 red/black dust, 70ci 45 throttle tank, halo b.
2k3 vert feed tricked to the max.
Small, light, good recharge rate, looks, price.
I like a small tank and that is part of the reason i love this tank. The only thing that is a minor flaw is that the o ring sucks on it. Mine blew like one of the first times i used it. I was one of the first in my group to get a real high end tank i cant get over how small it is. I dont think you need a drop but that is prefence. If you get the dye tank cover it fits like a glove. I dont notice a shoot down when i use it.