Try looking at this and looking at the connection between the bottom of the tank and the top of the battery.
The red thing in the middle has to make contact.
Everything is so close inside that 510 threadwell, no wonder it always causes problems; that's why eGo threads are better.[/QUOTE]
Originally Posted by nerak
This thread is for posts giving information on wire gauge used, number of coils, and ohms.
I have read every thread on here about the RM2 and other RBA's.
Since a lot of us are using the Micro coils we have been experiencing lots of questions.
Wanted this thread so everyone has a place to see what is being used and can decide what wire to buy. Also so they can have an idea of how many wraps to do to get the ohms they desire.
Please keep conversation
I purchased the glass tank for the AC9 mths back when went on pre order and I'm using it now for the firs time. Here's what I'm learning about for those who want know...
Not so great. The top portion of the stainless tank has 4 holes drilled into it. Why!? Two of the holes must be lined up with the wick hole and fill hole on the the top cap or they will be blocked off. Plus the holes shift as your screwing the pieces together or onto your device which makes it crazy to use when in dripper
Originally Posted by crxess
I'm just wondering WHY you decided to jump on a Vertical coil before learning the Basics of coil building???????
Already suggested you STOP using RIP as your guide and save his stuff for later once you are comfortable.
Relax and Watch/listen/copy
Note: Tried one myself for a day - Decided Vertical coils were not to my liking.
Originally Posted by markarich159
Originally Posted by Zaija
This would be a question to the pharmacist, I have Humco PG, which I love!
The question/ problem i have is trying to figure out whether the PG is being absorbed through the lungs, or settling there..
If it's the latter, it could prove pretty harmful.
Note: I am not trying to raise caution, or scare anyone! I Love my PG, just a general question concerning the absorption of it into the body!
Again, there have been no proven side effects of digested