I dont see why everyone is rippin on this tank so much? I have had this thing for over 4 years and just had it hydoed. I have not had any problems with it outside of the gage breaking on me. While the reg out put could be more consitant I do not see any real problem. My 88/4500 fits perfect with my set up and I love the fit on it.
spyder shutter (blue) with all american back and freak front (blue) pmi 48/3000 nitro tank and evo hopper (dont get evo, kind of delicate).
ummm, it holds air??!
hmmm, where to start?
this tank is total CRAP. poor output even when you get it filled. pretty decent consistancy, but thats comparing to co2, and thats sad even if youwant to upgrade to nitro from c02, dont go with this, it is horrible, you get wut u pay fo.. 32 degrees dont know wut the *** they doin... they should stick to makin other shaT.
BLA BLA BLA... DONT BUY THIS THING. SAVE UP AND GET A CROSSFIRE OR SOMETHIN, DONT GET PMI EITHER, THEYRE ALMOST AS BAD.
2002 Vertical Feed Autococker, E Blade, Tornado valve, ANS ram, ANS reg, 12V revvy, warp feed, Raptor Rex 68/4500
Cheap and you can get a lot of shots on a 68/4500 tank
Horrible shoot down and poor output pressure
First, the good:
It gets horrible shoot down - can't maintain a medium rate of fire (6bps). The preset output might be within range when the tank is full to 4500psi, but as it gets lower, the output pressure drops from say 700psi to as low as 400psi when the tank is at 1000psi. If you're shooting slowly and you're using a low enough pressure gun with a secondary regulator, this tank might just be for you. If you want the magical consistency and faster flow of HPA, you're going to have to spend more, otherwise you're just getting a cheap substitute.
"You get what you pay for" applies here. Spend more if you really want a quality product. It might work good as a backup tank.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 13th, 2007 at 10:12 am PST
First of all it is a 32 degrees p.o.s., I personally don't like any 32 degrees product except maybe the barrels. I ordered the 114ci tank to use for repairing marker cause of the bigger size and the cheaper price. On the 3 fill the reg almost shot off of the tank, I returned it back to 32 degrees and ordered another one thinking the last one was a fluke but I thought wrong. The second tank did that same thing on it's second fill. Since I have gotten the 2 tanks back they both have been leaking.
don't waste your time and money on this tank, spend a few more dollars and get a nitro duck
Good: 1) It's cheap, got a preset 68/4500psi for $150 on ebay
2) 4500psi is always nice!!! 50%% more shots than an 3000psi
3) I like screw in tanks that you can use with almost every drop forward out there especially Pyscho Ballastics' DF's
not much else
Bad: 1) Preset tanks are set to 500psi despite what 32* degrees says(625-725psi, and I just love that 100psi variance they threw me, like they had no idea what the hell they were doing when they made this tank) that means all guns that normally run on CO2 like Spyders and Tipps are SOL when trying to use this tank, you just won't get the velocity oh yeah, I'm talking about the 68ci version
2) That preset regulator really sucks, it's inconsistent as heck, the HPR on my Timmy varies from 250psi to 300psi on every shot, I gotta ditch this tank.
3) the gauge sucks on it, cheap plastic, will break on you, I've replaced it twice until I bought a Dye gauge
Don't get this tank unless you are desperate for a low pressure sucky Nitro tank. I haven't seen a worse tank out there. When buying a Nitro tank, it's WORTH spending the extra money to get one of the big boys with reliable regulators otherwise you might as well stick with CO2, as long as you have a Palmer Stabalizer.
The regulator is terrible. BAD DROP OFF. It worked great when I first got it but after some use it started dropping off so I took it to a shop. THey tested it and told me it was preset at 500psi. It was great when I got it so the reg must have been screwed up. The shop owner told me that he had seen alot of Turbomax regs with the same problem.
I payed to ship it back and it was repaired for free and shipped back for free so it was not that bad, but lost time and had to buy a much better Pure Energy tank.
I got the tank back and got some good use, then guess what, started dropping off again. If you have a standard med pressure gun then it would be OK, but it will not work well with a LP gun that demands a high flow
good customer service but cheaply made product like most 32degree stuff. For just a couple more bucks, go for a Crossfire or Pure Energy tank. It will be worth it in the long run
excellent price, got mine for $190.00, its a 4500psi. 114cu. in. got it off of ebay
1.i found out that 32degrees doesn't make the tank anymore so the ones that are now being sold on ebay are leftovers. 32 lists it as a discontinued item. which in a way could be a good thing.
2.the gauge is a piece of crap, i've got to buy a new gauge for the thing, ive seen a bunch of ppl break the cheap 32degrees gauges completely off its base or atleast bend the thing.
id have to reccomend it to someone if only for the price.
other then the problems ive listed above, id say go get one while u still can