1.05 Quart and 2 gallon pressure chamber water blasters

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CDMT
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1.05 Quart and 2 gallon pressure chamber water blasters

Post by CDMT » Mon Mar 16, 2020 5:20 am

Tim wrote in the XP100 review topic:
"Tim
Re: Super Soaker XP100 Review
Post Mon Mar 09, 2020 6:03 pm

CDMT,

Fast Cure 5200 or regular 5200? They both have the same total cure time, but the alleged "Fast Cure" can be handled sooner.

Are these your videos below? If so, can you post photos (not in this thread but in whatever thread is appropriate)?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmkA_CAZrog

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WW1k12nh7QQ

Thank you!"

Tim yes they are both of mine. Here is what is what both of them look like compared to stock water blasters. The bottom one is highly impractical but fun to shoot. It's stream looks like a mini fire hose but take quite awhile to hand pressurize. Whereas the other one is much more practical; in that it only takes 6-8 pumps to get up to pressure but can be used effectively as a triggless slam fire water gun as well. It goes further than a CPS 2000 Mk1 but can keep up with XP150s in terms of recharging. The pump I used with it is a very smooth to pump 3/4" rolled aluminum tube made from a very easy to dent Chinese mini stream machine like blaster. I replaced the hollow aluminum pump rod it came with with a solid one and encased it in a 1" PVC pipe. It seems to last for years before the rubber piston wears out.

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