setTopbox wrote: ↑May 6th, 2011 3:59 pmwow that's a very cool conversion kit. 70 seems a bit high, 30-40 seems more reasonable. I'd probably still buy it mind you. He doesn't really show where the grease goes, but I'm sure I could figure it out. I'm definitely going to do it.
That kit would radically reduce the cost of the sodastream!
lol I feel funny asking this since your talking about one of the links I put up but what 70 dollar conversion kit? Also what grease are you talking about (another post)? From the links its basically saying you need a co2 tank, then connect a regulator to it, then some sort of carbonator cap (bought or one you make yourself) to connect to the regulator. I feel like I am missing something here!
anyways as far as my project goes I should be getting a dual gauge regulator this weekend (50 bucks) and a 10lb co2 fire extinguisher (40 bucks). The fire extinguisher valve is apparently able to be adapted to attach to the regulator (we shall see!). The co2 tank is the thing I have been having trouble finding used and new they are like 150+ it seems, so figured the fire extinguisher would be worth a shot. I will probably make my own carbonator cap but not sure which design I will go for yet.