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Buying Pump

Hello to you all.

I’m going to buy the Deluxe Package (Psi Pump, DVD & Cylinder) from LA Pump.

The thing is that I’m sceptic about cylinder size.

Firstly, my girth is 5.12” and according to I should buy the 1 3/4” cylinder.

The thing is that my girth goal is 6.5” and that’s why I consider buying a 2 1/4” cylinder.

Do you think that this is going to affect my gains?

Secondly, my BPEL is 7.32” and I consider 10” length cylinder. Does this affect anything in any way?

Thank you in advance for your answers.

If your girth goal is 6.5, then the 2.0 cylinder will do the trick although initially you may have some difficulty keeping your balls out of the cylinder. If your girth down near the base is around 5.5, then the 2.0 cylinder is perfect. The 2.25 cylinder will be too large.

Yes, you should go ahead and get the 10” length. Get a 10X2. Nice round numbers.

My base girth is a little over 5 and I had been using a 2 x 9 tube. It took many sets to finally fill up the tube and sometimes I never would. I finally broke down and purchased a 1 3/4 which I am so glad I did. My first session it only took two sets to get pack the tube and I swear it was way bigger than it had ever gotten in the 2inch tube. Once I start having problems using the the 1 3/4 tube I will start using my 2 inch tube. Just my two cents.

Started 5.5 x 4.5 erect Length and Girth Goal 7 x 6.5 erect Length and Girth

Currently 5.9 x 5.5 erect Length,Girth and going !

Here are two ways to help keep your balls out of the cylinder when the cylinder might be just a little large.

If you’re new to pumping, you should know that it helps to shave or trim at the base of the penis. Honestly, trimming is just about as effective and avoids the potential problem with ingrown hairs.

My initial impulse with pumping was to place the cylinder over the shaft so that the shaft is centered in the cylinder. Add a little lubricant to your shaft, and that positioning makes it easier for the balls to get pulled in when you start pulling a vacuum.

So: trim a little higher than the immediate base of the penis, and position the cylinder so that the lower side of the cylinder is at the bottom side of your penis, with ALL the free space in the cylinder on the TOP side.

This is a technique I still use today. I have two cylinders now, and I do staged pumping sometimes. My balls are in no danger with the first cylinder, but the larger cylinder could still pose a problem if I am not careful enough with positioning and vacuum level.

The second thing you can do to help keep your balls out of the cylinder is to keep the pressure low. I do the majority of my pumping at 2 or 3 in.Hg.

For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

My base girth is 5.25 and my midshaft is 4.75. The 1.75 cylinder has been perfect for me but if I had a 5.25 midshaft, it would be too small as my base easily packs the bottom 2 inches of the tube. I second the 2” tube, it will take you to 6.28” and you won’t have to buy a new tube in a month.

Nice thank you for your answers guys. I’m going to buy 10x2 cylinder.

As for the balls I always shave (since I was 16 years old) and I will use a ball stretcher I have so no problem there.

PS. Do you think I should also buy the pump without the gauge to have some water pumping from time to time?

Thank you all.

The gauge is way more important then water pumping.

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