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  1. Licorice from VaporGod

    by , 07-31-2014 at 10:05 PM
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    Licorice from VaporGod


    all i can say is wow just wow....that is definitely black licoricious
    a nice full plume with little throat hit but wow power punch of licorice flavor....if you licorice this is a must have
  2. Tiramisu from MadTown Vapor

    by , 07-31-2014 at 09:09 PM
    Tiramisu from MadTown Vapor


    A nice smooth creamy vape with a touch of dark chocolate and hint of coffee or more cappuccino flavor
    a nice plume and very little throat hit


    a pretty decent coffee vape...I know coffee vapes are hard to come by but this one is darn close
  3. Sucker Punch from Mt Baker Vapor

    by , 07-31-2014 at 08:39 PM
    #49
    Sucker Punch from Mt Baker Vapor

    meh....nice thick plume, no throat hit, no real flavor to it...it's like a very bland semi sour gummy flavor....like a cheap no name brand of gummy bears....very disappointing from MBV...just barely a notch up from a flavorless vape....if you like unflavored vapes but want a touch of flavor....this would be good for you, otherwise....
  4. The BMV Coiler 2.0

    by , 07-31-2014 at 04:44 AM
    Here's the Coiler Pics:



    That last picture (lower right) is where this all started. It's come a ways. Has a ways to go. We shall see where this leads.

    Some Combo shots ...
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  5. The ULTIMATE DIY Nemesis switch fix —clone or original, common household tools!

    by , 07-31-2014 at 01:48 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by ForeverDiving View Post
    Premise: ALL Nemesis switches are crunchy. It's a design issue.
    Reason: There are four surfaces that slide one against another and cause friction and sticking.
    Solution: Eliminate those friction areas as much as possible.
    Procedure:

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    The Nemesis switch consists of seven parts in two groups.

    From the bottom up:

    1. Button and Post.
    2. Small Spring.
    3. Large Spring.
    4. Rice Pin.
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