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Anyone familiar with carbonation pressure levels for soda?

lestblight | Jul 6, 201108:22 AM     3

Been speaking with someone who suggested going higher then the average of the 60 PSI.

I have been calling around to find a regulator that will alow this downstream pressure.

But everywhere i call says that, that PSI is too high and not recommdended.

I want a high level of carbonation.. so i assume i will need more then the 60 PSI .

The soda you get at diners never has the same kick that coke from the can has.

I have been going back and forth with the ownder of fizzgiz ( he is very informative). He is reccomending going at 150 PSI.

Anyone familiar with this?

Just want to make sure i am going in the right direction.

Thanks

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