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First time putting water in my tube. I got more girth expansion by approx 1/2”, I’ve been pe’ing for three years. Also for the first time in a long time a donut. Slight length expansion over normal. While I donutted I did get more deep tissue expansion. So they are not lying, I don’t want to call it waterpumping because of the bathmate, you know what I mean.

Just wanted feedback who had done this form of pumping,

Thanks.

I water pump over air whenever convenient.

Expansion is always fuller my entire length with water compared to air. Though, that could just be from the constant warmth of the water, but either way I get better results that seem to last a little longer. Also, air tends to give me a donut where water typically does not.

If you’re donutting you may want to decrease vacuum and extend time, focus on heating, then ramp up to whatever you regularly pump at. For me, starting with lots of warmth and low vacuum before doing my actual session has just about eliminated donuts. Takes a little more time and self control but it may be worth it to you.

How much time? Should I expect to see a length gain? I’m considering water a new workout was hoping two to three months could yield a new gain.

Just wanted to say. The day immediately after the water workout, had a slightly smaller erection in the morning wood stage. I figured it meant I over did it, over did the expansion.

However this morning, I was rewarded with a slightly thicker and longer morning wood, with more prominent veins. Kinda like the incredible hulk.

I am going to add in the water pumping workout, and make sure I keep the pressure in check.

Originally Posted by djrobins

First time putting water in my tube. I got more girth expansion by approx 1/2”, I’ve been pe’ing for three years. Also for the first time in a long time a donut. Slight length expansion over normal. While I donutted I did get more deep tissue expansion. So they are not lying, I don’t want to call it waterpumping because of the bathmate, you know what I mean.

Bathmate doesn’t have the exclusive on water pumping, dj. Call it water pumping if you want to.


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Can you water pump with a regular vacuum pump?

Mityvac MV8000 brake bleeding kit comes with a cup because it’s used for brake bleeding so container for dirty oil is required. I guess that cup can be used for water pumping to catch any water that escapes the cylinder so it doesn’t reach the pump (and damage it or completely ruin it). Am I correct?

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Start • 5.94''x4.92''

Now • 6.50''x4.96''

Goal • 7.00''x5.75''

Originally Posted by devilknight666

Can you water pump with a regular vacuum pump?

YOu can. If it has a gauge, you risk damaging the gauge with water.


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Originally Posted by UpTo7

Mityvac MV8000 brake bleeding kit comes with a cup because it’s used for brake bleeding so container for dirty oil is required. I guess that cup can be used for water pumping to catch any water that escapes the cylinder so it doesn’t reach the pump (and damage it or completely ruin it). Am I correct?

Yes. You are. I will have to consider it.

Guys,

Water is definately more “internal” expansion. It feels like the CC’s and internals are much more engorged. I just wanted to point out that these guys were right, oh I said that already.

Yes guys use the brake bleeder kit the cup will collect the water , works great


Starting BPEL= 6.7 " EG= 6.5"

July 2016 BPEL=7" EG=6.75"

Goal NBPEL=8" x EG=7"

Originally Posted by devilknight666
Yes. You are. I will have to consider it.


Excellent. Definitely something to consider.

Now I’m in a dilemma whether or not to buy a pump without that additional cup.


Start • 5.94''x4.92''

Now • 6.50''x4.96''

Goal • 7.00''x5.75''

I just bought a pumping setup: Harbor Freight brake-bleeding kit + 2.25” cylinder from Ebay seller “paylessplaymore.”

I attempted some dry runs at 2-4in-Hg (for 5-7 minutes at a time, at most), but I’m getting some poor PI’s - EQ and overall size decreased.

I figured I must be doing something wrong, so I’m on a 2-3 day de-conditioning break. I’m wondering if the pressure gauge is accurate, but I pumped to a predictable size with little to no discomfort.

When I resume, after having read a bit more (not that I wasn’t already prepared), I’ll try this water-pumping technique. I’m assuming I should just add some warm water into the tube, retain as much water as possible while putting it on, and start pumping with the fluid-cylinder “catch-can” in place.

Thanks

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