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# Big starters, small gainers

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I don’t agree:

First of all, don’t forget that going from 6” to 7” girth is not the same increase as from 5” to 6”: there’s much more meat to build, as the section area goes with the square of the radius.

Then, for personal experience, as I went from 8” BP to 10”. Still a long way to go for 7” girth (outside the vacuum tube !) for the above reason and because I started with a little over 5”.

MK9 what other PE did you do you only mention vacuum and over what period of time?

Attyalong,

very basic routine for 4 years (mostly dry jelqs and stretches), since a few months I’ve added IR light stretches (great !) and pumping, but not as much as I’d like for privacy reasons. I like pumping, it’s filling the 2.5” cylinder, and the head seems to aim for more ! Another “new” exercise is what I call “tranny stretch” (Fowfers) in bed or with IR light (heat is essential)

MK9

>>>don’t forget that going from 6” to 7” girth is not the same increase as from 5” to 6”: there’s much more meat to build,

Exactly.

Originally Posted by Para-Goomba
>>>don’t forget that going from 6” to 7” girth is not the same increase as from 5” to 6”: there’s much more meat to build,

Exactly.

Volume change between 5-6” and 6-7” is easy to calculate:

Now that you got the the radii, you can calculate the change in volume (assume the length is 8”):
1) Going from 5-6” is a change of 6.6 cubic inches
2) Going from 6-7” is a change of 8.3 cubic inches

The differece is 1.7 (8.3-6.6) cubic inches. So you are right, 1.7 cubic inches is significant but not “much more.”

Another thing, let’s say the penis is 10” long, the difference will be ~ 2.1 cubic inches. So the longer the penis, the bigger the difference will be so that’s why smaller guys “should” gain girth easier.
But keep in mind .4 cubic inches is not that big of a difference.

MATH LESSON FOR YA ASS.

The point is, Soon10x7, that a change from 6x5 to 8x6 is a gain of 10.987 cubic inches, whereas a change from 8x6 to 10x7 is a gain of 16.1 cubic inches.

The second figure is 46.5% more volume than the first. That’s a big difference in the slow-gaining world of PE.

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