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  1. The Missing Nicotine

    by , 09-30-2009 at 08:26 AM
    I ran the vaping experiment with an argon trap, and under the conditions I used, for every 1 mg of nicotine vaped, 0.46 mg of nicotine made it into the vapor... 46%.

    I've been arguing for some time that there's a "40% rule" in play for vaping versus smoking. I've observed empirically that a good number of vapers who "find their level" tend to vape 2.5X more nicotine per day than they used to smoke per day. At 46%, the multiplier is 2.17, very close to the 2.5 figure ...
  2. Transformer Mod - More than meets the eye :)

    by , 02-09-2010 at 03:45 PM
    Ok so I was looking at making a universal mod that uses the PVMA RCA connectors. I wanted it to have the ability to use any atty, be a passthough (PT) or use batteries with out the cord. Shown are a 510 and 901 adapters, the 801 is at the house.
    So here is what I came up with, it is a variation of my popper mod.
    I call it the Transformer AKA Decepticon

    Hope you like it.
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    Updated 02-09-2010 at 07:31 PM by Scubabatdan

  3. RBA/RDA/TANK Diameter List

    by , 06-26-2013 at 05:19 PM
    I'm compiling a list of tank diameters if you have one please PM me with a link to where you found the info as well.

    If you have a RBA/RDA/TANK that isnt shown here PM me as well to add it.

    Kayfun 3.1 = 22mm
    D-Base small Killer tank = 20mm
    Taifun GT = 23MM
    Cyclone RDA = 14mm
    Richman RBA = 22mm
    Ithaka RBA = 23mm
    RSST RBA = 22mm
    AGA T2 = 22.5mm
    AGI V2 = 22mm
    AC9 RBA = 22mm
    IGO-L RDA = 20mm
    Z Atty = 22.225mm ...

    Updated 07-10-2013 at 06:17 PM by Cyric

  4. What you need to know as as far as supplies and safety for the first time juicer.

    by , 10-06-2013 at 07:32 PM

    What you need to know as a first time juicer.

    This blog is based on my own experiences and is written as my own personal opinion and should be taken as that only. Please remember to follow and observe all safety precautions.

    Many new users wind up in the pit falls of what do I purchase and what do I not purchase. Many over think and over complicate there purchase and wind up spending far more money then they need to.

    The Kit:

    Updated 09-28-2014 at 06:13 PM by dannyv45

  5. New to DIY? Simple guide and links - what and where to buy

    by , 06-21-2014 at 05:48 AM

    There are so many differing opinions on this matter, but it's simple & inexpensive to start. For the same cost as a large pre-made bottle, you could make over 200 mls of liquid.


    • Don't buy a laboratory worth of supplies.
    • After making a few mls and seeing what would make the process easier/quicker, then buy the lab set up.
    • Order only a few small-sized flavorings from different companies.

    Updated 06-26-2014 at 03:51 AM by RocketPuppy

    Tags: diy, supplies