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Guides and discussions about building water blasters and other water warfare devices such as water balloon launchers.
Nick
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Postby Nick » Fri Jul 30, 2004 2:42 pm

Hey people, I'm Nick. I've been into water guns sicne I was, hmmmmm, well it was too long ago to remember. I'm 15 and from England. I had all the CPS guns from the 1000 to the 3000, including the 2000. I also have 2 monster Xs, a monster XL, several XPs, and other water warfare devices. Sadly all but the CPS3000 and mosnter line are working from the CPS catergory, but I fitted the CPS2500 and 2000 tanks into my 2 monsters, making an awesome pieces of weaponry. It's a good mod for nayone who knows what they are doing. :cps3000: :cps2500: :cps2000: :cps1500: :cps1000: :cool:

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Postby Iceman » Fri Jul 30, 2004 3:05 pm

Hey welcome to the Soakerdom. Im glad to see we have a great new member, lately it has been flunctuated with people who dont know how to type. But thats AWESOME you are a collector and found our small, but growing community. I cannot wait to hear some more information for you, and what you have to share with us. :) Again welcome to the community, and soak on!

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Postby leprekan » Fri Jul 30, 2004 3:18 pm

Nick wrote:Sadly all but the CPS3000 and mosnter line are working from the CPS catergory, but I fitted the CPS2500 and 2000 tanks into my 2 monsters, making an awesome pieces of weaponry.

wait... it sounds like u just said you used parts from a working cps2000. better review the grammar a bit...

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Postby Commander Roo » Fri Jul 30, 2004 3:35 pm

Awesome to have another new person on this site. welcome!
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Nick
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Postby Nick » Fri Jul 30, 2004 4:45 pm

Thanks for the warm welcome. The reason I joined was because my mates recnetly came over and stumbled on the collection of water weaponry I have and were like 'omg awesome dude, let's have a fight', so I was like 'ok yeh, first time in 2 years, why not?'. So that's what's happening. Also, the CPS2000 was broken and so was the CPS2500 when I modified my Monsters. I hope the nozzle valve thingy doesn't break on monsters, but they seem to be made lsightly differently with a msoother trigger, so hopefully they won't break. And also, do we have nay musicians in the house? I play bass. :crazy:

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Postby Soakologist » Fri Jul 30, 2004 6:49 pm

*stops palpitating* Thank Goodness you didn't use those from a WORKING CPS 2000... *whoo*

Anyway, welcome to the forums. Post well and frequently, lay off the smilies, and try to be cheerful and you'll have no problems!

We're glad you found us here! :)

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Postby SilverFist » Sat Jul 31, 2004 4:34 am

Yeah, welcome to the forums. Make sure you get the T-shirt :p

If you are in to modding soakers, make sure to talk to Doom. He likes to mod and is a pretty nice guy.




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Postby Nick » Sat Jul 31, 2004 9:28 am

I've known iSoaker.com existed for years, it's jsut I've enevr seen the forum so I jsut deicded to join. In this water fight I'm having, how does the MonsterX/CPS2000 hybrid+ a CPS3000 sounds up against another MonsterX/CPS2500hybrid+Monster XL? Would that be a good fight? I think my side(wit hthe CPS3000 and MX/CPS2000) will have a tad more power on tap if we need it. There'll be a CPS 1-3-5 involved, and also an XXP275(which I find I can kill even large CPSs with, although it's an XXP). And there'll be the largest Storm with the back pack, I can't remember its name but it's big and red, and I modded it to fire a thicker stream of water. It fires up to about 50-60 feet(yes, that far), and will soak you to your underwear in seconds.And an XP310, along with several other XP blasters. O, the highlight of the day will be the fact there's gonna be girls there!!!!!!!! wahahahahahaa :D :cooll: :soakon2:

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Postby isoaker » Sat Jul 31, 2004 9:33 am

Welcome to the forums!

This is the first year iSoaker.com has had forums directly on the site (but in the past, iSoaker.com has been associated with Aquatica and WaterWar.net forums).

At any rate, welcome! Sounds like you've got some sweet stock and modded soakers in your possession.

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Nick
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Postby Nick » Sat Jul 31, 2004 9:47 am

Well I had t omod them, cuz the damned things kept breaking. It's the triggers and valves at the front that breaks, so water just pumps out of the front.

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Postby Veteran » Sat Jul 31, 2004 11:51 am

Welcome to ISC.
At SSc you can find repairs for those breakages. Anyway, you didn't miss this forum its just less than a month old.

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Postby Space_Cowboy » Sat Jul 31, 2004 2:17 pm

Nick wrote:do we have nay musicians in the house? I play bass. :crazy:

I play the tuba, trombone, and electric guitar.
Bass is cool, but do you mean string bass, or bass guitar?

Anyway, it's good to have another musician. Welcome to the boards!
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Postby leprekan » Sat Jul 31, 2004 2:19 pm

Nick wrote:And also, do we have nay musicians in the house? I play bass. :crazy:

yep, Im a drummer. how long have you played? me, 2 years but i consider myself pretty decent.

Nick
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Postby Nick » Sun Aug 01, 2004 4:31 am

1.Warwick Thumb Limited Edition 2001 Bolt On (number 56 of 150)
2.Spector Rebop 5string Bolt On
3.Spector NS-A2 4 string thru-neck
4.Fender Jazz Fretless
5.Yamaha BB405
6.Warwick Rockbass Streamer Standard

I play bass guitar, and those are my basses. I've been playing 3 and a half years.

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Postby Adrian » Sun Aug 01, 2004 9:35 am

Welcome to the boards. Have fun, post often, and stick around!

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Postby CPS » Tue Aug 10, 2004 5:24 am

welcome to the board nick [insert a smart comment or some advice here].

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ately it has been flunctuated with people who dont know how to type.

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Postby Field Marshal Yang » Tue Aug 10, 2004 9:14 pm

Although this is late, welcome Nick to our community at ISC. Thank you for being active for the past week or so and for having an interest in water warfare.
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Postby BlueMage » Tue Aug 10, 2004 9:53 pm

welcome, fellow soaker! sorry, i haven't got any advice but this: get the biggest freakin' gun you can, and blast everyone away with it! :p

wait.... we have T-shirts????
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Postby Space_Cowboy » Tue Aug 10, 2004 10:01 pm

Field Marshal Yang wrote:Although this is late, welcome Nick to our community at ISC. Thank you for being active for the past week or so and for having an interest in water warfare.

And music I might add.

Rock On. :cool:
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