I'm kinda stressing about blowing up my (now) beatiful titan. I completely redid the tubing, a new pump ($20 at McMaster, hand pump), and a 2K integration. 9 pumps puts it up to 45 psi (yes, i've measured with a tire gage, it has a schrader), but I've pumped it up couldless times, so I'm not sure if that to much or not.
So me and my friend just got the Lost Planet online demo, and we both want to get the full version (more maps, different gametypes etc.) but I've been told that you can't find people that speak English on the full version, and some guy said that he plays the demo even though he has the full version.
I just wanted to know if anyone out there had any experience with the full version and could give me some advice. I'm heading off to Walmart in a couple of hours, so quick responses would be great.
I was wondering if there's any major difference between the two, except for the fact that Plumbers goop is one part and epoxy is two. I'm assuming that epoxy is stronger, but plumbers goop is cheaper and seems to work fine for most applications anyway.
P.S. Is a spring constant of 130 too much for the LS?
I am currently in the procces of making a homemade, and i have experimented with shells and extractors with varried succes, but I need to know if a 1/2" sch80 PVC coupler will fit into sch 40 1" PVC, with a fairly nice fit, loose, but not too loose. The I.D. of the 1" PVC is 1.029 approximately.
Im going to look, but does anyone know of any small, strong, commonly available spring?
I attempted to integrate a 2K into an Titan, but I'm having a trouble with the pump. When I pump it up, air moves into both equally, (I can only assume) and the 2k fills up very quickly, within 5 pumps, and tends to burst when i continue to pump. At first I thought that it was a shuttle valve with check valves, but it disperses the air evenly (sorta) and wont fill either if one of the valves are open.
Heres a pic, the arrow points to where the 2K is. (Telekenetic's)