Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Thomaston, Georgia
about the co2 splitter, if you look closely, you should have a connection from your solenoid to your needle valve, maybe a 90degree elbow or just the neele valve threaded right into the solenoid. You can get a "t" fitting and thread one side into the solenoid, then the needle valve on top, then add a 90degree fitting and thread the other needle valve into it. thus you can control both needle valves separately. The only real downside to this method is that you will have both needle valves on the same solenoid, but you can send .5bps to the little guy and 5 to the big tank if you want. I'll take a pic of mine for you to see ok.