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04-28-2003 05:28 PM
Bartman39 Several makers sell coffee can sized vac res... I have one thats about the size of a small coffee can and it really does help...

This is just to give you an approximate size...

[ April 28, 2003: Message edited by: Bartman39 ]</p>
04-28-2003 04:07 PM
Jag Daddy
Vacuum Reservoir

Well the other day when I was picking up some 1/2 copper tubing to make a hard line for my breather tube. I noticed these really cool units called "air chambers", they are 1/2" opening that expands into a 1" X 12" canister for the lack of a better word. I was thinking of using several piped together for a vacuum reservoir. If you guys are interested I could post a photo. Is there a formula for volume or capacity on vacuum?


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