Pump Cylinder Question

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I have read others say you should have at least 2 inches from the 9 inch mark, I guess?

I started originally at the 7 inch mark, now I can get to the 8 inch mark. Should I get the longer cylinder, because now I’m less than two inches from the top?

My next question would be, why can’t I keep using the 9 inch until I get there? What is the science behind having more than two inches from the top? I just can’t wrap my head around the reasoning.

Any thoughts?

Thanks!
 
I have read others say you should have at least 2 inches from the 9 inch mark, I guess?
This is mainly for water, but also applicable for air as well. Explanation will in the below section.

I started originally at the 7 inch mark, now I can get to the 8 inch mark. Should I get the longer cylinder, because now I’m less than two inches from the top?
If you have the 9in cylinder, you can still use it until you max out. That includes your current penile length hitting the 8in mark in the cylinder when under pressure. This is assuming you haven't maxed out the cylinder's wall yet. If you still have space around it, great. If you already maxed out the cylinder wall after a pump session, all your vacuum force will pull your penile body upwards, maxing out the top as well. With air, it's not a problem. With water, you want to have cushion space around the penile shaft and the top. This cushion of water allows the penile body to equalize the internal and external pressures to properly create expansion that truly optimize your growth. Air creates hot spots that will create uncertainty in the expansion throughout the penis. Water, not so much since what cannot be compressed, and it minimize the hot spot creations. As a result, your penis expand equally across the shaft, especially the internal areas.

The 2in of top space is to create that vacuum equalization, as well as generate the air pocket elimination buffer zone. Too small of a pocket at the top reduced the chance where air bubbles can accumulate for elimination. We tend to think the lesser the space, the lesser the needs through logical thinking. In physics, the more the space, the lesser the work.

My next question would be, why can’t I keep using the 9 inch until I get there? What is the science behind having more than two inches from the top? I just can’t wrap my head around the reasoning.
You can. Use it up until you have nothing left at the top, with air that is. For water, when you only have 0.5in left at the top, you also need space around the penis to free as well for pressure equalization. Without space at the top and around the penis, you will not get that equalization benefit for proper internal expansion.

Any thoughts?
A lot more if you need it.
 
Thank you so much for the detailed response. Now, it makes sense for water than air. I use it without water.

I have maxed out the girth with the 1.75 tube, so I just ordered the 2 inch tube but I do want to add more length as well. So, I will probably use the 1.75 inch tube for a while to try and add more length.

I think going back and forth between the 1.75 and 2 would be helpful to continue to add more girth but also try and keep adding more length.

Thanks again!
 
Thank you so much for the detailed response. Now, it makes sense for water than air. I use it without water.

I have maxed out the girth with the 1.75 tube, so I just ordered the 2 inch tube but I do want to add more length as well. So, I will probably use the 1.75 inch tube for a while to try and add more length.

I think going back and forth between the 1.75 and 2 would be helpful to continue to add more girth but also try and keep adding more length.

Thanks again!
My suggestion is to continue to use the 1.75in until you cannot fit into it after X amount of pump sets when using air. Do add a bit of lubricant to allow sliding the penis into the cylinder with ease. This will allow your length to increase further through tight wall fiting as all the vacuum space will force elongation over expansion.

However, you do want that expansion during the primed tissues after the elongation process form so many pump sets in the 1.75in cylinder. 2 sets under 2in cylinder will max out your expansion on top of your elongation.
 
My suggestion is to continue to use the 1.75in until you cannot fit into it after X amount of pump sets when using air. Do add a bit of lubricant to allow sliding the penis into the cylinder with ease. This will allow your length to increase further through tight wall fiting as all the vacuum space will force elongation over expansion.

However, you do want that expansion during the primed tissues after the elongation process form so many pump sets in the 1.75in cylinder. 2 sets under 2in cylinder will max out your expansion on top of your elongation.
I think you are thinking the same thing as me that the 1.75 tube will still help with making the erect penis longer and less with girth but the 2 inch tube helps with more girth and less of the length?

I’m now filling up the 1.75 tube with lube even on the second session of pumping. I’m using the slow squash 5x3 workout. It works so good!

I might on some workouts use the 1.75 tube to work on length and other days use the bigger tube to work more on girth. What do you think about that?
 
I think you are thinking the same thing as me that the 1.75 tube will still help with making the erect penis longer and less with girth but the 2 inch tube helps with more girth and less of the length?
Correct. We called this strategic pumping, going from small to larger cylinders. Focused on length to prime the tissues, and hit the penis with larger cylinders for girth while the tissues are primed from the previous pumping sets.

I’m now filling up the 1.75 tube with lube even on the second session of pumping. I’m using the slow squash 5x3 workout. It works so good!
Your growth may be hitting the limits very soon in the 1.75in cylinder.

I might on some workouts use the 1.75 tube to work on length and other days use the bigger tube to work more on girth. What do you think about that?
Burn out the 1.75in until you can't even fit into it any more even at erection state. Using air, confine the elongation until there is no further possible path of usage before moving to the 2in cylinder. Isolation pumping for length is good using old equipment until you growth out of it.
 
Thank you so much for the detailed response. Now, it makes sense for water than air. I use it without water.

I have maxed out the girth with the 1.75 tube, so I just ordered the 2 inch tube but I do want to add more length as well. So, I will probably use the 1.75 inch tube for a while to try and add more length.

I think going back and forth between the 1.75 and 2 would be helpful to continue to add more girth but also try and keep adding more length.

Thanks again!
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He is an awesome brother! Next in line as a moderator for his dedication. @oldandlively is a God sent angel to our team
I don't have to be a moderator. Just a brother loving this brotherhood. This brotherhood brought about my results for my girlfriend that became my wife. This brotherhood made her sexual satisfaction peaked through my PE venture, side by side with brother @DLD. Thanks to him and other brothers here that I come back to help other brothers in the journey.
 
I don't have to be a moderator. Just a brother loving this brotherhood. This brotherhood brought about my results for my girlfriend that became my wife. This brotherhood made her sexual satisfaction peaked through my PE venture, side by side with brother @DLD. Thanks to him and other brothers here that I come back to help other brothers in the journey.
You deserve to be a moderator I am in talks with @squirt_inducer_man to make this happen
 
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