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Fly High Pro X Tsunami Pump compatibility

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sabre

All, I'm looking at adding some additional ballast and need to know if the Tsunami pump works with the Launchpad link system. The launch pads are significantly less expensive, but I have a Tsunami already. The additional pump would make the savings null.

Thanks

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txwakejunkie
All, I'm looking at adding some additional ballast and need to know if the Tsunami pump works with the Launchpad link system. The launch pads are significantly less expensive, but I have a Tsunami already. The additional pump would make the savings null.

Thanks

you just need this fitting i believe.

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Bobby Light
All, I'm looking at adding some additional ballast and need to know if the Tsunami pump works with the Launchpad link system. The launch pads are significantly less expensive, but I have a Tsunami already. The additional pump would make the savings null.

Thanks

You get what you pay for. The fly high sacs are so much more durable it's not even funny.

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Jimmypooh
You get what you pay for. The fly high sacs are so much more durable it's not even funny.

Like the difference between Duct Tape and Masking Tape!

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otter

i use my tsunami pump on both launch pad sacs and fly high sacs, you should be good, their is an adaptor but it works on both

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cyoda44
You get what you pay for. The fly high sacs are so much more durable it's not even funny.

Like the difference between Duct Tape and Masking Tape!

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D-GOOSE
You get what you pay for. The fly high sacs are so much more durable it's not even funny.

Like the difference between Duct Tape and Masking Tape!

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skicrave

Keep in mind that Launch Pad now has a new line of bags out called the Sumo Sacs that are essentially equivalent to the Pro X Series bags from a durability perspective.

If you want to use the Tsunami pump with the LINK fittings you can do it, but you'll need three adapters (and not the W735 posted above in this thread). You'll need Launch Pad's 3/4" NPT thread adapter and 1.1" Hose Barb adapters as well as Fly High's W747 fitting. With those three parts you can change your Tsunami pump over to the LINK fititngs, but it is a pretty permanent change, so don't plan on switching back and forth from LINK to Quick Twist equipped bags.

Realistically, it may be cheaper to just buy the Pro X Series bags than to purchase all of those fittings, and if you're talking about Launch Pads standard bags (not the Sumo Series), then you're definitely better off buying Fly High product.

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Ndawg12
You get what you pay for. The fly high sacs are so much more durable it's not even funny.

Like the difference between Duct Tape and Masking Tape!

ah yes, the redneck fix for everything!!

Broken??.....f***it.....Duck it!!!

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Stanley Wheelhouse

fly high = kevlar

kevlar = bullet proof

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