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Selecting Your Cylinder Size

Originally Posted by theskyisthelimit
I hate to be another person to ask about cylinder size, but I’m having trouble deciding between a 2.0” or a 2.25”. My base girth is ~6” and my mid-shaft is 5.75”. I was planning on just getting a 10” cylinder either way. I’ve also been looking at LA pump’s wide-mouth cylinder, which they only make up to 9”.

My main goal is length, but I definitely want to fill out my girth a little. I’m not looking for any massive girth gains, just really want to cement the 6” girth along the whole shaft and let the base and head go a little past 6. As for length, I’m at 7.75 with an erection level of 9 or so. And closer to 7.5” with a 7 or 8. I really want to get up to the solid 8” and then want to move on as I can from there with out any further girth gains.

I’m hoping I can get away with just buying one tube. Will a 2.25 give me too much room for girth growth, putting length in the back seat? I’m worried I’ll be able to pack the 2” right away, and then have it turn out I’m not capable of getting significant length gains from pumping, and I can’t even use that tube to fill out my girth anymore.

Your advice would be greatly appreciated. I only really have one chance to buy the right tube, I won’t be able to afford another one for a while.

That’s tough…my girth is very similar to yours, maybe slightly smaller. I have the 2” round LA cylinder and pack the bottom 2” of the tube, but the rest has plenty of room for girth expansion. Since you’re goal is length I would suggest the 2” cylinder, but you do run the risk of too much pressure on the head which is uncomfortable and potentially harmful.

If you don’t mind me asking, with your setup, at the highest pressure you pump at, what are your “in the tube” temporary length gains? 1/8”, 1/4”, more? How about girth?


2005 - BPEL 6.0"x MSEG 4.5" (BEG 4.75"/HEG 4.625")

2010 - BPEL 8.0"x MSEG 5.75" (BEG 6.5"/HEG 5.875")

Goal - BPEL 9.0"x MSEG 6.5" (BEG 6.5"/HEG 6.75")

Originally Posted by theskyisthelimit
If you don’t mind me asking, with your setup, at the highest pressure you pump at, what are your “in the tube” temporary length gains? 1/8”, 1/4”, more? How about girth?

I normally stay around 5Hg and get maybe 1/4” length expansion…so not too much. Girth…I’m guessing 1/2” but I’ve never measured. However, I only do 1 set about 15 minutes.

Thanks for your response. That’s exactly what I need to know.

This makes me want to get the 2.25” tube over the 2” because if I expand 1/4” lengthwise and 1/2” in girth while I’m in the tube, I’d be starting to pack the 2.25” already. If I’m correct.

My concern is that the girth at my head is at least that of my base, 6 inches. And I keep hearing about being careful packing the cylinder with your head due to blisters being inevitable. Maybe it’s been exaggerated. I’m just worried that my head won’t be the last thing to pack the cylinder before I move to the bigger size. My head and base would pack it as the middle filled in. Maybe I’m thinking about this too much.

How far off are your stats from mine? Because the 2” was my original choice, and it would be a good starting point.


2005 - BPEL 6.0"x MSEG 4.5" (BEG 4.75"/HEG 4.625")

2010 - BPEL 8.0"x MSEG 5.75" (BEG 6.5"/HEG 5.875")

Goal - BPEL 9.0"x MSEG 6.5" (BEG 6.5"/HEG 6.75")

I have measured my pumped increases and my below average unit expands just about 1/2 in. (L & G) up to 5 x 5 in the tube. I am using a 1.5 elongated tube which I am beginning to pack up to the first 2 inches.

Thank you, that confirms what I’ve been able to find.


2005 - BPEL 6.0"x MSEG 4.5" (BEG 4.75"/HEG 4.625")

2010 - BPEL 8.0"x MSEG 5.75" (BEG 6.5"/HEG 5.875")

Goal - BPEL 9.0"x MSEG 6.5" (BEG 6.5"/HEG 6.75")

Dtwarren, I’m also currently packing just the first two inches in my 1.75.. I’m curious to hear from you and others as to how long it might take before I pack the whole thing. I’m also thinking of beginning to hang, and I’m not sure if I should hang before or after pumping and what it might do to how fast I can pack the tube. But I’ll take that to one of the many other threads on the topic.

Originally Posted by theskyisthelimit
Thanks for your response. That’s exactly what I need to know.

This makes me want to get the 2.25” tube over the 2” because if I expand 1/4” lengthwise and 1/2” in girth while I’m in the tube, I’d be starting to pack the 2.25” already. If I’m correct.

My concern is that the girth at my head is at least that of my base, 6 inches. And I keep hearing about being careful packing the cylinder with your head due to blisters being inevitable. Maybe it’s been exaggerated. I’m just worried that my head won’t be the last thing to pack the cylinder before I move to the bigger size. My head and base would pack it as the middle filled in. Maybe I’m thinking about this too much.

How far off are your stats from mine? Because the 2” was my original choice, and it would be a good starting point.

If you’re even slightly worried about too much pressure on the head then get the 2.25”. The discomfort and chance for blisters is not a myth.

Jake, I’ve only been pumping for three months so I have not yet fully packed my first tube. Hopefully other members can advise on the time frame.

Hey guys, I finally have the cash to order a LA Pump kit. I have been using a Docter Joel Pump kit in which the pump broke within a few days. Since it broke I have been water pumping using my Mouth to create a vacuum. Now when I measure my girth I tend to be 4.25 Mid EG. So I am planning to get the 1.5’ Cylinder (I currently have a 1.75’ cylinder from my Joel kit and I don’t come close to packing it). My Length is 5.75’, When I am in the Joel cylinder I hit 6’ in length. So my question right now is what length Cylinder should I purchase from LA Pump?

I was thinking maybe I should get the 8’ Cylinder since it’ll feel more packed and make me feel better overall. Or should I get a larger size such as the 9’ or 10’? How important is Cylinder length in pumping anyways? Since if there is too much open space up top will it affect me negatively?

Thanks for any help!

TSX1000


Starting BPEL: 5.6-5.75 Starting MSEG: 4.1 to 4.3

Hello

I noticed there are special glans pumps like these

Http://www.thickwall.co.uk/mushroom.htm

If these work then how does one expect to remove your “mushroom head” from the smaller tube after pumping? Surely it will get stuck

Originally Posted by TSX1000
Hey guys, I finally have the cash to order a LA Pump kit. I have been using a Docter Joel Pump kit in which the pump broke within a few days. Since it broke I have been water pumping using my Mouth to create a vacuum. Now when I measure my girth I tend to be 4.25 Mid EG. So I am planning to get the 1.5’ Cylinder (I currently have a 1.75’ cylinder from my Joel kit and I don’t come close to packing it). My Length is 5.75’, When I am in the Joel cylinder I hit 6’ in length. So my question right now is what length Cylinder should I purchase from LA Pump?

I was thinking maybe I should get the 8’ Cylinder since it’ll feel more packed and make me feel better overall. Or should I get a larger size such as the 9’ or 10’? How important is Cylinder length in pumping anyways? Since if there is too much open space up top will it affect me negatively?

Thanks for any help!

TSX1000

The importance of cylinder length is you never want to get one that is too short and getting one too long just means you have extra material to carry around. Based on your measurements, the 8”X1.5” should be perfect. Once you pack that tube, you already have the 1.75” to jump into.


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

Originally Posted by londong
Hello

I noticed there are special glans pumps like these

Http://www.thickwall.co.uk/mushroom.htm

If these work then how does one expect to remove your “mushroom head” from the smaller tube after pumping? Surely it will get stuck

1. There is a certain size decrease once vacuum is released. If that is not enough, time should cause the increase to subside enough to pull out.

2. Then, there is lube to help things slide out more easily, and a certain amount of ‘give’ to the penile anatomy. That’s part of what makes a human penis a different experience than a dildo; that ‘give’.


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

Originally Posted by Lampwick
1. There is a certain size decrease once vacuum is released. If that is not enough, time should cause the increase to subside enough to pull out.

2. Then, there is lube to help things slide out more easily, and a certain amount of ‘give’ to the penile anatomy. That’s part of what makes a human penis a different experience than a dildo; that ‘give’.



I really appreciate the answer, disappointingly predictable as it was

I suppose the benefit of expanding the head will be lost by the time you pull out negating the possible reasons for me buying it.

One other question which is probably obvious and has been answered a million times. When I tried pumping my penis always got “stuck” on the glass wall and then gets bent. I have to stand up and let it dangle in the middle of the tube which I hold perpendicular to the floor. Is this what lubing is supposed to solve?

Originally Posted by londong
I really appreciate the answer, disappointingly predictable as it was

I suppose the benefit of expanding the head will be lost by the time you pull out negating the possible reasons for me buying it.

Don’t assume that, londong. We have had members here who have reported success with these.

Oh, and one more thought on the glans pump and how one is able to withdraw from it - there is an analogy with whole package pumping. Smaller ‘whole package’ cylinders may be straightwall, but past a certain size, the opening of the whole package cylinder is a smaller ‘neck’ than the diameter of the main chamber. The guys who use those pump up to large sizes, but are able to get out because of lube, tissue elasticity and some subsidence of the increased size after the vacuum is released and with time after that.

And have a look at these threads:

Mushroom Head Pumping and increased sensitivity

Head enlarger pump

Originally Posted by londong

One other question which is probably obvious and has been answered a million times. When I tried pumping my penis always got “stuck” on the glass wall and then gets bent. I have to stand up and let it dangle in the middle of the tube which I hold perpendicular to the floor. Is this what lubing is supposed to solve?

You got it, londong. A little lubrication will help keep your penis sliding along the wall of the cylinder rather than ‘sticking’. And I mean a little; experiment, but you may find that you need less than you might expect.


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


Last edited by Lampwick : 02-15-2010 at .
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