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So you want me to give up between 62 and 42% of my lung capacity?


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Posted by Chuck Tribolet\ on February 22, 2006 at 05:41:51:

In Reply to: Vital Lung Capacity averages 4-6 Liters ( 8 - 12 pounds of lift ) + posted by jlyle on February 21, 2006 at 18:52:53:

5/8 = 62.5%
5/12 = 41.7%

Thanks, but I'll keep my lung capacity for gas transfer, not
buoyancy.

BTW, I do use lung capacity for fine tuning, and to adjust depth.
But as primary buoyancy compensation, no.


Chuck



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