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PostPosted: Sat Dec 02, 2017 3:43 pm 
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simply reads 3-5 PSI Max.

Note the new FAQ topic atop this inflatable subsection allows for 6psi in the floor now. All these distinctions may make little practical difference and may have more to do with roughly equating to a round number in the metric or "bar" system:
3psi = .2 bar for sponson
6psi = .4 bar for floor
4 and 5 psi equate to strange hard to remember bar numbers.

I, like you, have a SeaEagle 3--x and I believe they go for the extremely common .25 bar which equates to exasperating-to-remember 3.626 psi even for the drop stitch floor. I also have some 1 bar and other hard to remember psi variations. I usually ink them near the valve. Basic rule seems to be raise the psi for flat dropstitch items. The 3--x may be an exception because it is already meant for high impact whitewater use which can give transient jumps in the psi.

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$2600 for an i14T! Are you sure it was brand new when you bought it?


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