Prices start at $95 for 47ci and are $169 for 68ci, $179 for 88ci and $189 for 114ci. Features: 850 psi fixed output, manufactured to CGA & ASTM, high flow design, and lightning fast regulation when firing.
The Crossfire Air System is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used. Check out the Places to Buy links below for places to purchase it new.
When i got my new tank I thought it was awesome, and it was. I love my new crossfire 47/3000 tank. The only complaint i have is that it is heavy but that is what you get when you buy a steel tank. For other peole, though, i would suggest getting a bigger tank. I only get about 400 shots out of mine. Otherwise Great Tank.
Great tank. Recommend it for anyone wanting nitro. Just remember that you probably want to get a bigger tank..
Angel Speed blue/silver
soft face bolt
3-sum volumizer set
crossfire Lp 68/4500
This tank is so consistant 450 psi output, built to last!!
If anything i would have to say the gauge could be made smaller!!
If you want a great Lp or Hp preset crossfire is the way to go, they are so consistant, look great, i'd say the best made reg out there, great company with great customer service, if you ever have problems, but i havent had once yet! Another great thing is the reg is held on to the bottle by blue loctite so if anything ever happened to the bottle or the reg, you can easily fix the problem!
I would say is you are in need of a preset go out and buy yourself a crossfire, because they are the best on the market, and wont let you down!!
New Designz Ultimate LPR Combo, new desingz magnetic trigger, 68 ci 4500 psi fiberwrapped crossfire nitro, revvy
Guage(big and doesnt work sometimes)
Im going to make this quick. I bought my nitro from paintball gear. I was working for almost six months. Then the guage broke. It doesnt do anything. It just sits at 0 psi. I havent gotten it fized yet. This happened to my friends tanks too. (they have the same tank as me) I will give u an update.
10/16/04- Guage kicked in again. All is well.
Get it. The guage is a little scetchey.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, October 16th, 2004 at 11:39 pm PST
PMI 14in. Razzor
45ci. 3000psi. Cross fire tank
12v. revy hopper
None so far
This tank really helped my gun, buy helping accuracy and speed. i got the 45 ci, it is alittle small, but great it is the same as a 20oz. wieght, if you get one go steel or aluminum, so you doen't have to get it hydro tested. i got the 45 because most places were i live have all day air for 10 dollars so there was no reason for a 70-100 ci tank
all in all a great buy for 86 dollars(US)
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, August 30th, 2004 at 3:56 pm PST
Adrenalin Impulse Full freak, X-2 reg,32 degrees flame drop and on/off.
Strong, durable, consistent,
NONE, if there is your lying
I have the crossfire 68/4500 low pressure witch puts out about 300-450psi. This is the best tank iv had out of 5 and the cheapest. If u are looking for a cheap but good tank crossfire is the way to go. for under 200$ u can get a tank that will last u a long time.
I recomend this tank highly.
Like i said this tank is cheap, durable, light, and i recommend this tank highly.
Just Nitroduck and the other generic tank manufactures, they pretty much act and perform the same to me.
Smart Parts Rat Jr. Impulse with everything that comes on that and a Evo II, New Designz LPR/ANS Ultimate Combo. WIth some more to come.
Lite, dosent cost alot, looks just as good as any other tank does.
The gauge is a little odd looking.
This is the first Nitro Tank I've bought so I cant really compare it to others, other than that it works just as well if not better than most of the same price. It can and will lose pressure if filled above 4,000 PSI overnight and will drop about 300PSI. Which isnt bad compared to others. I'm going to keep this tank until it breaks or I get an angel or something.
If you want a good nitro tank buy this one, it won't disappoint you.
This is one of the best tanks ever. It has a rechage of about 10ms, so you will never get shoot down. Its very consistent, and is light ( i have a 68/4500). But the reg on the tank is long and sort of ugly, but who cares! I can still shoulder this tank pretty well. The tank is also very cheap for the quality you get out of it (190 for my 68/4500).
Nitro duck, Smart parts maxy(not inline), PMI, and Evil
Species timmy w/ 70 stubby LP and J and J kit and Kill stick (RMR paintball) bolt
Price! And quality!
Now I have to say that everyone is saying "dropoff" Never had it and I shoot a timmy at fast firing rates. Now I think the people posting drop off sometimse don't know what they are talking about. I have a spyder and durr it sucks!!!! This tank sucks becuase it didn't make my gun fast. So don't listen to some of these reviews. I had there 10 year old kids at my local shop I work at wanting to return there tanks becasue they saidit slowed there gun down. So theres alot of bias reviews and opinions. Look how many pages this tank has! amazing. I love my tank. I have 3 and 1 on order and picking one more up at IAO. I like PMI tanks and Evil but both are pricey and crossfire preforms at the same. Evil does adjust out put but other than that not worth it. I would suggest this tank to any one. I have all my friends shooting Crossfire and I have a PMI also but I never shoot it since it's a 88 cubic Inches. I love these tanks! Now price wise they are great! I had to return a tank becuase they sent me LP instead of HP. They told me to send it out. I sent it out...Now lose in money! NO! They send me a MO for 20$ and 10 free pods, and a few sticker sheets from CP, Crossfire(kinda bad stickers but oh well), Empire and JT. I love the help. My friend got his tank fixed from them at IAO. Mostly they took off the reg and stuck a new one so he's back to 850 psi output after his was only going 840 out put but no biggy!. I never had a problem. I use to have nitro duck when I use to play on a team for them. They has sucky fill nipples. They always leak out and no seal. They still have not fixed that. Pmi is pricey and Evil if you need another reg for output then I would get that over a maxy(even inline) Crossfire is a great company that I hope stays around.
Consistent, efficient, looks good, guage is accurate, great company behind this product, and the price.
I am VERY pleased with this product. It was a big step up from CO2, and has worked wonders for me. I would also look into buying a tank cover, thread protector, and a nipple cover; So you dont dig up your new tank, screw up the threads, or get dirt or other stuff into the reg.