|Apr 22, 2012, 01:33 AM|
Air in the tank.....
I have my first set of air-up, air-down retracts from robart and am wondering what amount of air pressure is safe in the tank. I should tell you they're a set for a top-flite giant P47 with i guess their largest air tank available. I have two different onboard pressure gauges but am not sure of what the normal "highest" air pressure should be.
thanks, the beave.
|Apr 22, 2012, 08:32 AM|
United States, TX, Leander
Joined Sep 2003
I normally use 100psi. Should get you 4 or 5 cycles with the large tank. I'll be using the same setup in my TF P-47.
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