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Yea i just saw that! lol
Sick minds think alike LOL


But seriously the anticipation is killing me!!!!!
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air lockers ??

i hate guessing
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I'm thinking copper lines? I'm surprised you didn't get more answers to your question about the line.
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NAAAAAAAAWWWWWWZZZZZ!!!!!
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What question did he have about the line?

You can use basic air lines. Obviously its going to be regulated to <150psi so you'll be fine with normal air lines.

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He didn't know what line to use, you have to remember that the C02 is really cold (which is why he's not running a electric valve). Normal plastic line might not work right.
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My guess is there's two of those brackets...one per side...it's for a large cb...like a cobra29.

Or a glock holder. For poppin' caps in whitey's ***.
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Yeah, i use a DEI cryO2 solenoid (waaaay spendy compared to normal solenoids), but that is because i'm running unregulated. When you are regulated, the temp isn't too much of a problem....just depends on what pressure you use.
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its for hitn switches like a real OG
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hahah not even close -- the lines have to be metal since it gets so cold plastic will crack over time, rubber will dry rot..so im going stainless braided..

iight you guys lose on the bracket..

its basics man lol metal freezes so i cant use a metal 12volt valve cuz it will freeze open so i got a mack daddy big pull handle valve and its the holder...



the amount of times i honk will determine the length of the tank its 20 bucks to fill i can use for like 3-4 weeks it just depends..
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lol, you're silly man. So you're not regulating the tank? And where are you storing it?
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Damn, Graham White valves are $$$
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Oh yeah I have to regulate it tank is like 20,000 Psi it will be mounted in the bed in a mount I'll make going against the front of the bed. Yes whites are expensive!!!
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hahahaha its only about ~860psi at standard temperature. lol. Be careful with that in the sun though, it heats up and pressure builds and you can blow the safety valve on it and loose all your gas.
You could have used a solenoid for either NOS or the CryO2. They are 'cryogenic' solenoids so they'll put up with the temperatures involved.
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Those solenoids probably don't have a big enough orifice. His valve has a 1/2" orifice, which is what you need for his horn.
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holy hell this is going to be loud!!
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holy hell this is going to be loud!!
hell yeah lol
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lol u take pics of the setup im looking for some horns for my truck.

id wouldave guess to fill up the air bed in ur trunk realy fast so u dont get tired blowing it urself when u hook u with ur gal in a trail far inside the woods (A) guess it would be much more comfortable than the back seat XD plus more space to "work" around
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id wouldave guess to fill up the air bed in ur trunk realy fast so u dont get tired blowing it urself when u hook u with ur gal in a trail far inside the woods (A) guess it would be much more comfortable than the back seat XD plus more space to "work" around
Wtf did you just say?
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OMG sex! lol
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