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  • I want to switch my Crown Vic nozzle from 3000 to 3600

    Hi,

    My last Crown Vic, 1996, someone had already switched the nozzle to accept a 3600 psi pump. Everyone I spoke with said that those tanks can handle easily 7000 psi. So, I filled it with 3600 psi and never had a problem. Now my new Crown Vic has the original 3000 psi. I want to get a new nozzle for 3600. Any suggestions? Also, I don't want to pay AFT $300.00 bucks!!
    1998 Honda GX
    ebike

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    Re: I want to switch my Crown Vic nozzle from 3000 to 3600

    Gringo,
    As certified tank inspector, If I saw a P36 nozzle on a 3000psi system, I would be compelled to condemn your tanks and disconnect them.

    Your 3000psi tanks are rated at 3000psi working pressure, 3750psi max to allow for temperature compensated fast fills at higher ambient temperatures.

    This industry has a fantastic safety record, let's keep it that way by not doing stupid crap that puts us and the people around us in danger.

    Remember, It's not the gas...but the pressure that will kill you!!!!
    Your Friendly Nazi Squirrel Administrator

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      Re: I want to switch my Crown Vic nozzle from 3000 to 3600

      cnghal is correct. Repeated time-filling of a (physically damaged) 3000psi cylinder to 3600psi was the cause of our industry's first fatality last year.

      grintostar's question violates our Terms of Service so I am going to close this.
      http://cngchat.com/index.php?pid=9#furtheringillegal

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