Ever since I got my CPS 2000 and installed some LRT in it, it works pretty good, But it could be better. I've noticed that almost ALL stock cylinderical bladders look like this:
See that bulbous section near the forward end? That section is thinner than the rest of the bladder so it expands first and then it begins to expand evenly rearward. However LRT does not have this so it expands from anywhere it wants to, pereferably the rear, resulting in kinking of the unexpanded LRT up front as it expands, due to the LRT expanding at the back, blocking the LRT from expanding any further. if you were to keep pumping, the LRT would remove itself from one of the tubing clamps holding it on and you wouldn't even be able to fire due to the LRT kinking and blocking the flow of water, not to mention the possible structural damage that may occur. This is why I have a theoretical solution to the problem by doing this: We colossus it. but instead of covering the entire length of LRT with the inner tubes, we leave a space uncovered about where this thinner section would normally be and in theory it should coax the LRT to expand just like a stock bladder.
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