What is a CPS 11000?

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Post by XP270 » Mon Jul 23, 2007 4:10 pm

CPS 11000. I've always wondered what it is!
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Post by Crashdummy » Mon Jul 23, 2007 4:24 pm

A CPS1200 with a k-modded CPS1000's bladder. It was the first of the hybrid guns. There is a naming system now for hybrid guns, but I still use it's original name, the 11000. I use the system for other guns though. :p

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Post by XP270 » Mon Jul 23, 2007 4:33 pm

Oh thats intersting, thank you!
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Post by DX » Mon Jul 23, 2007 5:12 pm

A CPS 2100 is the host gun, not a 1200. We didn't have a 1200 when Nibordude did that. It was 2100-1000 = 1100. The naming had to be changed when we realized just how many guns can be pc-swapped.

Integration modding has actually existed since XN's 10K/1200. Cylindrical integrations, such as a 2000 pc into an MXL and a 2000 pc into a 2500 were done sporadically, but interest in spherical pc integrations wasn't revived until last year.
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Post by Loumeyer » Tue Jul 24, 2007 7:43 am

Someone put a 2000 PC in an MXL?
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Post by SSCBen » Tue Jul 24, 2007 8:10 am

I think a better naming convention would be what XN did originally with the 10K/1200. The first number with the K represents which PC was K-modded. The second number represents the host.

As for the CPS 2000 PC in a MXL, if my memory serves, a forum member here who went by Nick did that. The most common one is a CPS 2000 PC in a CPS 2500, something I would suggest if one has both those water guns.

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Post by DX » Tue Jul 24, 2007 10:44 am

XN's original naming convention is the one currently in use. If I recall correctly, that was not a recent decision. :p
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Post by JLspacemarine » Wed Jul 25, 2007 12:45 pm

Ben_ wrote:The most common one is a CPS 2000 PC in a CPS 2500, something I would suggest if one has both those water guns.

If the 2500 has exactly the same trigger vlave as the 2000, which is held together by screws, it would be possible to just switch the nozzle selector from the 2500 to the 2000.

Has someone tried that?

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Post by SSCBen » Wed Jul 25, 2007 4:29 pm

I haven't heard of anyone trying that. That sounds like a better idea, if the valves are compatible. The plastic of the front of the CPS 2000 might have to be cut to fit the nozzle selector though. I actually don't know much about what this would entail. Someone with both guns should try it out. :cool:

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Post by forestfighter7 » Wed Jul 25, 2007 5:42 pm

Infernal is thinking about trying that as soon as we get his guns fixed. Then he wants to collouses (sp?) it. :laugh: That should be fun to do. I think we'll do it this summer
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