70CI carbon fiber-wrapped tank with regulator, 5 year hydro. This tank is about 1/2in shorter than a 45/4500. Compact size for the front player and plenty of capacity to play mid. weight 3.05 diameter 4.25 length 10.5.
The Crossfire Stub Air System is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Spyder AMG, 12 Volt Evolution 2, 14 Inch Empire Barrel, 70/45 Crossfire Stubby.
Small profile, nice looking, TONS OF SHOTS!!!!
This tank is great, ive gone to the field sometimes (with a full tank) and havent had to pay for an air card (depending on the time im going to spend playing).
Here are the great aspects of the tank
-tons of shots (like 1000) per full air fill (4500 psi)
-Not such a change form CO2 cause of how small it is
Great tank, looks cool, small. Lots of pros will soon get it :-) (says PB2XTremes Magazine).
Black BKO, 12V revy, Kapp cradle, CROSSFIRE 88/4500 STUBBY.
Size, price, lightweight, good performance
I bought one of these when they first came out last year. Great tank, i usually only need 1 fill during a day of play. (shooting about 2000 rounds) Neoprene 68/30 tank covers will fit them too, just try harder if you can't get it on, it will fit better the next time you go to put it on. No one that I have seen makes a 88/45 stubby cover so this is probably your only route. Anyway, not much more you can saw about a tank. Reg seems good, light, good value. Buy one, you wont be dissapointed. Crossfire cust service is good too. I originally bought mine with a HP reg, sent it to them and had the LP reg put on, had it back in no time.
Crossfire 88/4500 stubby
Warped Sports cradle
14" Dye Ultralite
Vigilante Reg. with LP spring
It's light and it works great.
There are none.
This is a great tank because it holds 1300+ shots and its light weight and it is the perfact size and fits right up against your shoulder with the warped sports cradle.
I've never had a problem with it and its cheap.
I've never had a problem with it
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, September 29th, 2004 at 2:55 am PST
Crossfire 68/3000 stub
System X 68/3000
Low pressure Spyder Imagine (removed venturi from bolt, drilled out vertical adapter, polished internals)
Lapco Big Shot barrel
Kingman regulator upgrade kit
Check-It vertical feed adapter
32* turbo valve
Black Magic cup seal
32* spring kit
Java 9.6v battery & charger
Crossfire 51/3000 nitro tank
16oz aluminum CO2 tank with on/off valve & anti-siphon tube
V-Force Gunmetal Shield mask
Smallest tank made so you can tuck behind bunkers easily
Easily get 550 shots from 2200psi (perfect for a front player)
Light weight 2.4 pounds
The price is right (Less than $110 in most places)
I have found nothing bad unless you need more shots per game, but with 550 shots per fill most people will be ok even in woods games. I only carry 600 balls per game, so I am ok using this tank. Rarely do I shoot more than 400 a game.
I think this tank is perfect for a novice player who plays a lot of speedball and the occasional woods ball. It is light weight and consistant.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 1:19 am PST
Gen-x2 with 12" boomy and a warped sprots drop and bob long bolt.
This tank is very light. My friend has a fiber wraped tank and is a little bit lighter(I like that weight more honestly) but the stub is shorter.
It is like a chode
Mine is black with the stainless reg (Dont know, they make differnet ones but mine IS the stub)
Cofortable to my shoulder.
Mine makes a weird noise on a fill. Never had a problem but its just weird. sounds like it is stritching but it isnt.
Get this tank if it is your first tank (talking about HPA) They are VERY CHEAP. I have seen them for 120`
This is my first Nitro tank so I can't really compare it to anything yet.
ACI F4 Illustrator TP, 12" Smart Parts Teardrop Barrell, Palmer Stabilizer, 68 cu 3000psi Crossfire Stub tank, P/L drop forward, VL 200, ACI Venturi bolt
This is a really nice little tank. It's a 68cu system but way smaller then a carbon-fiber 68cu system. It fits nicely with my drop forward and seems to balance out my marker fairly well.
The psi is very consistent during firing and, of course, my accuracy is much better. The tank is also really well built. The gauges are easy to read and it holds it's pressure for a very long time.
The best part about this tank though is the price. I got mine for $110.00 from my local shop.
The tank weighs more than it fiber-wrapped version but not by much. Beside that I can't think of anything.
A very nice first nitro tank for those of us on a budget. I would highly reccomend this product to anyone.
SE anodized Defiant, Kapp Drop Zone 2 with on/off, 12volt revy with x-board and stubby tank.
Compared to other tanks, this tank is light weight, and is also smaller than other tanks I have used. I got nearly 1000 shots with my old Spyder Shutter. Crossfire makes very good preset nitro tanks for an affordable price. This is a great way to go from CO2 to nitrogen with out spending a terrible large amount of money.
Nothing really. Only thing is that it weighs more than some fiber wraps, but the tank last longer.
Great Tank, im not sorry i bought it.
Chris J. Team Malfunction
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various nitro tanks, fiber and steel
impulse, max flo reg, shockteck drop
inexpensive, sturdy little tank. Shorter for those who want less sticking out of the back. Good flow rate
*If the gas ran out of this tank, you could unscrew it and use it as a club. Attaching this to your gun feels like lugging a cinder block around.
*Like all other steel tanks, this one loses a bit of pressure after it's filled, due to shrinking after the expansion from filling
Good way to get into nitro without cost being that much of an issue. You may want to see how it feels on your gun first though, due to uncommon size and heft. Great for it's value, as long as it's something you're comfortable with