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  1. Torturedzen's Avatar
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    Thanx much. Tackling that this wekend.
  2. Bill's Magic Vapor's Avatar
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    Yes, of course! You may need to tweak the actual percentage to match the fruit and hot spot, but it would work with most fruits, without question!
  3. Torturedzen's Avatar
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    First, thank you for your generous disclosure on all your recipes! I have no doubt that you have helped dozens, if not hundreds of DIY'rs get off the ground. My question for you is with the above recipe... do you think substituting other fruit flavors with that base would work?
  4. White Stone's Avatar
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    Thank you for the recipe. You will know I am new to DYI when I ask how I am supposed to know how much 5, 2, & 1% is
    Does that mean the base is 92% ??

    How do I measure that? I have a syringe that does show mg and .tsp but not %'s

    Help, please. Anyone who knows is welcome to chime in, of course.

    Appreciate it,
    White Stone
  5. TrollDragon's Avatar
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    Had a hot juice pop the first time I built this way, I didn't have enough wick so I did it again and the pop went away.

    Thanks for the great info!
  6. Rin13's Avatar
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    I wasn't overly impressed but my dad loves it. It was the first eliquid he liked enough to buy. The only problem is that it kills his coils so we're currently looking for a replacement.
    Quote Originally Posted by purelyscientific
    Hey Rin what did you think of smooth criminal? That used to be my all day vape for a while.
  7. Rin13's Avatar
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    I halfed the percentages just to see how it was and I preferred the original. So no, I would leave it as is.
    Quote Originally Posted by NiburianElf
    Nice, have you modified the Black PomPom any more or was this spot on?
  8. JimmyDB's Avatar
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    Do you remember what you used to vape these? i.e., brand new clearmoizer with silica and 1.8 ohm vertical coil at 7W.

    Thanks for your various reviews being blogged, just think it would be nice to see what you vaped the juice with when writing the review.
  9. EvilGenius's Avatar
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    my signature banner shows up in my settings but not when I post, what gives?
  10. Javamon's Avatar
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    Very interesting.
  11. jaygee24's Avatar
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    Danny! I've read various blogs that you wrote, and you're very knowledgeable. Wondering if you can help me out.

    I bought a few flavors, and "3mg Unflavored Nicotine Base" with Max VG from ECigExpress (3mg Unflavored Nicotine Base - ecigExpress).

    My question is, can I just add the flavor to unflavored nic base or do I need to get pure VG to mix with?
  12. georgemichael231's Avatar
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    This is awesome! Great knowledge shared on the guide to the juices attachment. Thanks for posting here!
  13. SuperTaz's Avatar
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    Wonderful info!!!!
  14. TrashCat's Avatar
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    This is great... Thanks so much!
  15. Redbellie's Avatar
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    Thanks so very much for creating this list.....surly helps a lost soul find his way!!!
  16. BrennanElectric's Avatar
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    Hey Dampmaskin, just wanted to double check and clarify, if you're running at dual 18650 regulated mod, to figure out the battery drain, do you just change the voltage to 8.4, and is that calculating in series? I plan on getting the ipv v3, and just want to know if the calculations are correct and safe. According to ohms law, if I had two 20 amp batteries at continuous, in a series that would be 8.4/20=0.42 ohms, so that would be the lowest safe resistance I could go to with those batteries on a series box mod correct? and then 8.4820=168 watts, which calculates to how much power I can give it to hit 20 amps correct? Well I went ahead and used your calculator, and of course there is efficiency involved, does that account for voltage drop as well? With regulated mods, it uses more amps as the battery drains to hit that wattage..so setting it at 168 watts, actually uses 186.67 W on the battery, so I went ahead and lowered the wattage on the device part, all the way down to 150 watts which gave me 1 percent head room on the battery, but that's at a full charge at 8.4 with two batteries, so I lowered it down to a pretty much drained battery at 7.2 which made the amps go up, so then I lowered the wattage even more to 129 watts which gave me 0% headroom right below 20 amps, so basically I was wondering if I'm using your calculator correctly and if so I could basically run two 20 amp batteries at a .42 ohm build at about 120 watts safely? I am new to this and hope I understood it correctly and also was wondering how accurate this was? And is efficiency the same as voltage drop, or do you have to add in voltage drop as well to see how many watts you are truly getting?
  17. BuddJohnson's Avatar
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    Sorry. Looks like they put the kibosh on my links..
    Oh well, the screws are out there. A search will find them..
    M2.5*6mm Nylon Countersunk
    M3*6mm Nylon Countersunk
    GL
  18. BuddJohnson's Avatar
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    @ Kiwi,
    re, If you know of a source, please let me know!

    Recently found a good supplier on Alibaba Express that sells nylon screws to replace the hard to find fill hole screws on your Kayfuns.
    These nylon screws work great, better than the factory screws IMO and they seal perfectly without an oring. I did a test order of 48 recently. They arrived in 3 weeks to Canada.
    2 of my KFs were out of service due to stripped fill hole screws. Now they are all back in service with this improvement.
    Here are the links for the 2 common fill hole screw sizes of M2.5 x 5 and M3 x 5 (well the ones listed on Ali are actually M3 x 6, but they work fine).

    Low price 1 piece Metric Thread M2.5*5mm Nylon Countersunk Head Phillips Screws-in Screws from Home Improvement on ...........com | Alibaba Group
    Low price 1 piece Metric Thread M3*6mm Nylon Countersunk Head Phillips Screws-in Screws from Home Improvement on ...........com | Alibaba Group

    You can order 24 of each for $4.12 USD total. So affordable for the average vaper. He combines shipping costs if you order more than 1 type.
    Vape vendors take note! These should be in every vape shop on the planet.

    Careful with the brass ones he has listed tho. The brass M2.5 x 5 works (with an oring), but the brass M3 x 5 does not fit. The head is to wide.
    One thing tho. The tracking never showed up on Track17 until the day it was delivered. Not sure if this was an isolated incident or what, but rest assured they will come.

    GL
    Vape on...
  19. TheKiwi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by suspectK
    Could heat capacity also be calories?

    Awesome post, mayne.
    hmm nope. Calories is actually a unit that's very specific for the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of a fixed amount of water by 1 degree. (i think it's 1 gram; i can't remember). We commonly use that as some kind of standard measurement of the amount of energy.

    Heat capacity on the other hand is a lot more general, and applies for all matter in the universe.
  20. Sacker's Avatar
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    RBA:

    Greece - Tilemahos
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