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Selecting Your Cylinder Size

Originally Posted by Thickambitions
Looks like I’ll be buying a new tube then, the bellows are not cost effective. I think I’m going to go with a 2” diameter with 11” length 12” if I can’t get an 11. No one ever said this P.E thing was cheap ha.

Get a 1” longer tube. Its discouraging to pump and see 2-3” of empty space at the end.

Originally Posted by boco

According to your chart that would mean I need a 1.5” cylinder. My question is about starting with the 1.75”. Would that be too large. If my balls start to enter the cylinder could I put a cock ring around them to keep them out?

I really think you should start with the 1.5” cylinder. I’ve tried the ring around the ball with a ‘too-large’ cylinder and when you get to longer pumping sessions, you don’t want your balls constricting for that long. A cylinder that is properly sized is far more comfortable and ‘encouraging’ to use.


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Has anyone tried using a tube that is less than a 1 inch increase on their current BPEL? This question would more likely be directed to the experienced pumpers with the goal of increasing length as I’ve always wondered if getting very close will help speed up gains.

boco,

The only way you could make a 1.75” cylinder work would be to pump with no lube and enter the cylinder erect while bone pressing the cylinder to your crotch as you begin to pump up. That is the way I like to pump myself, by using a .25” oversize cylinder that I can’t quite pack and therefore I don’t need lube to help prevent me from getting stuck in the cylinder. So, by using no lube and bone pressing the cylinder at the start, you prevent your balls getting sucked into the cylinder.


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.


Last edited by gprent : 10-18-2015 at .

Originally Posted by Gofor8
Has anyone tried using a tube that is less than a 1 inch increase on their current BPEL? This question would more likely be directed to the experienced pumpers with the goal of increasing length as I’ve always wondered if getting very close will help speed up gains.

Your cock doesn’t have a clue what size or shape container it is in, unless it is packed, or you do reach the end and in that case you have to spend money for a larger tube.


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 Gofor8
Has anyone tried using a tube that is less than a 1 inch increase on their current BPEL? This question would more likely be directed to the experienced pumpers with the goal of increasing length as I’ve always wondered if getting very close will help speed up gains.

For electric pumpers, the air volume is important, so the tube should not have a ton of empty space at the end. The other thing was our mental motivation, seeing 2” or more of unused tube length being fully pumped is very discouraging….

Thanks Firegoat & Gprent. I hear and understand both of your thoughts. I think I’ll go the bigger route and use no lube. I have a ring I wear about every other day for several hours around my scrotum that I think can keep them out in the open, but I am a complete novice with pumping so I may find out otherwise. Hopefully not quite packing it will give me motivation to do things properly and find quick lasting results.

Originally Posted by djrobins
For electric pumpers, the air volume is important, so the tube should not have a ton of empty space at the end. The other thing was our mental motivation, seeing 2” or more of unused tube length being fully pumped is very discouraging..

It’s a valid point as I’m considering for the near to future to downsize to either 8 or 8.5”. I am getting as close as the skin of my teeth near 8” fully erect inside pumped but even with a 9 inch tube the unused length as you mentioned appears to be well .a stone throw away which is frustrating but its a learning process with being new to electric pumping.

My experience with the x40 Xtreme Bathmate was completely different but off topic to this thread slightly.

Originally Posted by gprent
Your cock doesn’t have a clue what size or shape container it is in, unless it is packed, or you do reach the end and in that case you have to spend money for a larger tube.

I’m sure if my cock could talk and communicate with me the conversion would be brief and straight to the point “Your a terrible person for putting inside a confined space with an aircraft carrier type motor buzzing away beside me”. I hear what your saying though.

I wish they made a 2-1/8 cylinder. The jump between 2 and 2-1/4 is huge. I easily pack my 2” cylinder but my balls want to get sucked into the 2-1/4. The silicone ring that I tried stops them from going in but think most of the silicone rings were ment for 2” cylinders

So I’m thinking of getting Leluv 2x9. My EQ fluxes and sometimes I’m at 8 in length or slightly under. My girth fluxes mid shaft between 5.25-5.5 and my aim is girth so would the 2x9 cylinder be a good start?

Originally Posted by Dave.frenzy
I wish they made a 2-1/8 cylinder. The jump between 2 and 2-1/4 is huge. I easily pack my 2” cylinder but my balls want to get sucked into the 2-1/4. The silicone ring that I tried stops them from going in but think most of the silicone rings were ment for 2” cylinders

I said this like 4-5 years ago. A 2 1/8” would be useful for many people. Sometimes 2” is too small and 2.25” is just too large.

It was easy for me to go from 1-3/4 to a 2” tube. Maybe even though I pack the 2” I am not quite ready for the 2-1/4 yet.

Originally Posted by morbidangel
So I’m thinking of getting Leluv 2x9. My EQ fluxes and sometimes I’m at 8 in length or slightly under. My girth fluxes mid shaft between 5.25-5.5 and my aim is girth so would the 2x9 cylinder be a good start?

Yes, the 2X9 is the cylinder for you.


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.

Thank you Gprent

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