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Water Pumping Basics

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Air acts as a spring (which is why you never want air in brake lines) whereas fluid is (for our purposes) incompressible. So with water, volume out is linear to pressure loss, whereas I don’t think that is the case with air.

I wish mbuc would stop in more often.


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Originally Posted by petitfaun
I think that ‘comfort’ is OK when trying it out (providing you’re careful) But serious pumping demands a gauge. And is a must with water. I found it a bit confusing as with water you feel more ‘pull’ per amount of Hg. so it’s easy to think that you are taking it normally when it is too high.

petitfaun — so how does your standard air-pumping pressure compare to your water-pumping pressure? I assume you air pump around 5.0HG or less. What are the numbers like with the water pump?

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I’m completely sold on the theory of waterpumping,

But I must admit I have only tried waterpumping ONCE since compiling these quotes.

That one time it seemed kind of tricky. And worked out like this:

1. Get an erection,
2. Fill the cylinder with the right temp of water,
3. Get an erection again because step 2 killed the first one!
4. Get some suction and get a seal (ooops water heading into pump!!!!!!!! disconnect hose).

Then I was completely “overcome” by the sensation of it. That’s NEVER happened while airpumping! So the session was cut pretty short.

I haven’t managed to get the privacy or make the time to try again.

I’m wondering about that bathmate product. Kind of pricy, but seems simpler than steps 1, 2, 3, and 4.

Maybe I am just too lazy and should give it another go.

Originally Posted by sta-kool
petitfaun — so how does your standard air-pumping pressure compare to your water-pumping pressure? I assume you air pump around 5.0HG or less. What are the numbers like with the water pump?

To be honest I haven’t done much water pumping recently, but I think I do about the same.

Notmaly I have a maximum of 5Hg 2 to 3 doesn’t really work with me at all


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