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. Check out the Places to Buy links below for places to purchase it new.
Range of Sizes and psi
Trying to find the one you want in-stock.
I've been using Crossfire for the past two years and i've never had one break down on me. they ARE the best in the paintball industry's preset tank market and will hopefully be for a long time to come. The reason i put Price for a strength is, that my 92/4500 cost less that any Dye($190), and you don't pay for the name like Dye or Angel which will run you from $200 to $250 for one of there's. I also have never had to worry about shoot down with this tank either, just straight consistency all the way till the end.
When it all comes down to it, everything else on the preset tank market is just not as good. If you get a crossfire you won't have one problem with them. my first one was 5 years old and now my brother still uses it and it is still on the original Crossfire Reg.
Smart Parts red Ion, Hybrid Hedlok, CP Reg, New Designz on/off w/ bleed, New Designz roller trigger, Scepter barrel kit.
Blood red Nightkast, Eclipse Nexus kit, Worrblade, Worrblade bolt, Bob Long gauge on front block, Scepter barrel kit.
Evo2, 12v Revy X-board, Halo B w/ rip drive, and a Crossfire 92ci x 4500psi
Fast recharge rate.
A little long, not to bad for the size of the tank.
Great tank. I have a 92ci high pressure output stubby and this thing holds a lot of air. I had to get a larger tank because the field I play at didn't have all day air prices. They now have changed that and I'm looking for a smaller tank still a Crossfire but maybe a 70ci. This thing has a great recharge rate and never seen any shoot down with it. The 92 stubby is a half inch longer then the 68, this kind of makes your setup a little long. The newer white tanks are now a 5 year hydrodate so that's a plus. Infamous, Brimstone Smoke, Oakland Assassins, and Baltimore Trauma use Crossfire, and countless others across the USA can't go wrong with this tank.
I love this tank so much. This is my first N2 tank ank can't believe i waited so long to get this tank. One think I love is that it's fiber wrapped, so its alot lighter than steel or aluminum bottles. The size is great, fits perfectly for tucking, I get a great amount of shots from this thing. The shot-to-shot consistency is amazing i got +/- 1 fps when i chronoed my gun with this the first time. N2 never freezes up your gun, after me and my friend played we were shootin air at eachother ( we had all day air, he had c02, i had N2) and after a few minutes his gun froze up and he couldnt shoot till it thawed out, i just laughed at him.
This thing was too D**n expensive, and then a rhino cover (looks awesome by the way) on top of that was crazy, but i still love it.
U deffinately have to upgrade to N2 from Co2, if you have the money then get a fiver wrapped tank you can not go wrong.
Dye MaTrix LCD
Custom Product regulator
Custom Product drop forward
Custom Product on/off
Crossfire LPA 68/4500
Halo B with rip drive
Chipley Machine mid rise clamp
Dye Rhino tank cover
Screw in and go
5 year hydro
Great tank...fiber wrapped...5 year until next hydro test...Looks nice...feels nice...I got a 68/4500...get about 900-1200 shots depending on gun setup...Pretty much a screw in and go...I got this tank new...and never had a problem with anything...Thumb Up...I never have to worry about o-rings or anything cause I have a on/off...
48/3K and 88/45 pure energy
68/45 and 45/45 crossfire
04 vert(prostock) cocker E2
sto kaner barrel kit
Empire reloader b
Super fly bolt
Pursuit custom shop quicker ram with QEV's and micro rock lpr
Dye attack pack
Lock lid pods
Shocker black 05
Stiffi 14 in .689
NDZ stinger bolt
NDZ roller blade trigger
full stock (so it looks like and MP5 or SP89)
Lots of air
high flow rate
$200 Bucks well other tanks are too.
I play front and I love how it dosen't get in the way, and when I'm just playing rec ball I have still have pleanty of air, about 1400 shots out of my cocker from a full tank. I never had any problems with not getting enough air or failing to turn on. Its pretty cheap as compressed air tanks go you cant get a carbon fiber tank for under 170. it fits me any time i'm playing and I think any one who wants an air tank that can be used for any position should get this one. Unless your someone who has money to blow on a 400 air tank then this should be the pick for you.
You should check these out if your thinking about getting a compressed air tank for the first time or just trying to find a good one.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, October 13th, 2005 at 5:56 pm PST
2004 icd freestyle blue/black
smoke Halo B w/rip drive
smart parts air on/off
black cp reg
14'' dye ultralite barrel
70/45 crossfire peanut tank
Consistant, sexy, efficiant, compact
What could be wrong with an air tank as cute as this one?
I got this air tank for Christmas and it has yet to fail me. It is a lot more consistant than Pure Energy products. It is also very compact for my Freestyle. It allows me to get tight against my gun. It also lastes very long too (dispite my guns air usage.) It gives me a very good 450 psi for my low pressure gun. The fact that it holds more than many other tanks larger than it, is very cool. I dont know why some say it is hard to find a tank cover for it? I found a dye tank cover that is perfect size. Crossfire is one of the best companies also. Infamous, Naughty Dogs, Oakland Assasins, and many, many more use Crossfire air tanks. Go to (www.crossfireinc.com) and watch the short film.
This was one of the best buys I have made. I would really recamend this to people looking for a consistant ait source. It is also compact and has eliminated the need for a drop foward on my gun. Get this over a dye throttle because the throttle has aluminum threads and they strip easily.
Crossfire 68/4500. All other HPA tank regs stink and aren't even worth mentioning.
Blue to Black Fade DM4
Empire Reloader B
72/4500 Crossfire Peanut Tank
Some other stuff...
The Crossfire 72/4500 Peanut tank is definitely worth the money. Most tanks, which I won't name, go for upwards of 300 dollars for a 68, which is longer and more hard to manuver than the peanut tank. The peanut also holds more air, which means more shots. The regulators on crossfire tanks are AWSOME. They are so consistent.
For it's size, air capacity, weight, and great regulator, this tank gets my vote!
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Good air flow and recharge
and it's not CO≤!
a bit heavy...
This was the first compressed air tank I bought, and still my favourite.
I also have a very expensive Smart Parts max flo wich is awesome and has more options, but when you just need a screw in HP bottle, that crossfire is top notch!
It's high quality material, fiber wrapped, easy to use and has good performance. Due to it's stubby (peanut) form it's very small and compact compared to a 68ci, but can contain as much air!
The downsides are that if you use it with a drop forward, due to it's already small size, you have almost no shoulder support. It's also a bit heavier, especially compared to my carbon tank...
(oh yeah 68ci tank covers fit on these tanks... just need a bit stretching... i have a Redz Gear and it works!)
All in all a great product! Very compact and high quality stuff! Just a bit on the heavy side...
orracle front block
torpedo drop forward
turbo release valves
More consistant, better for gun, cheaper than others,
alot more consistant than CO2! with CO2 I had spikes and my gun would freeze up all the time with my A-5. A few times I had frost on the gun.
Better for gun-Nitro is alot better for your o rings because it doesn't have to keep shrinking and expanining and your gun because it doesn't freeze up the intrernals and liquid CO2 doesn't get in the gun.
Cheaper than others-
I know 200.00 isn't cheap but for a 70/4500 it sure isn't bad. I looked at some of the other tanks like the angel air which was 400.00! more than most guns! and etc. they may be adjustable but I don't need an adjustable tank.
Guage- The guage broke not long after I got the tank but it was only 20 dollars.
Great tank. good for any player with any gun. I would recomend this tank to anyone who is on the market for a nitro tank
Bulldog, Armageddon, Throttle, Pure Energy, Centerflag
Cobalt dust dm4, 70/45 crossfire lp, halo b
Consistancy, reliability, low-maintenance
This is flat out the best preset i have ever used. the only thing that is close to it is a dye throttle, which is $10 more. this is extremely consistent. it has never let me down. and after about a year, i have not had to do any maintenance. the only thing anybody can find to complain about is weight. well, that is because of the size of the tank. besides, with the peanut size, you can fit it right up against your shoulder and can't even feel the weight. if you care so much, buy a 45ci crossfire. i like the 70ci.