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  1. priorities's Avatar
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    Ever grateful................*

  4. heyjohn's Avatar
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    First: thanks, Baditude, for a highly informative page. Second: how does this information apply to mods that take *two* 18650 batteries? I have a Siglei 100W box, and a Dovpo E-Mech. They claim to be able to handle 0.1 ohm and 0.5 ohm, respectively; each one takes two 18650 batteries. Right now, I'm using twin Samsung pink batteries ("eVic compatible"), but I'm also using commercial coils of 1.6+ ohms. However, I have a few RBAs ready to build, and will probably create some 0.5-1.0 ohm coils. I know that 20A of battery would get me to 0.8 ohm -- but I've no idea how the dual battery setup affects things. Any advice?
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    I do this too.. Much like my cooking, I rarely taste anything without thinking, "you know what would be grew in this?". Works out great for most flavors, but there is this honeydew and custard from a local b&m that I cannot find anything to do with. Its just horrible in my opinion.
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    Baditude I looking for some advice.
    I've sort of done things abit backwards...I purchased my batteries my new mod before reading this thread and I'm abit worried I've got cheap nasty batteries. So I kinda want your opinion cos you sound like you know what your talking about.
    I purchased them from my local ecig shop and he talked me into buying the 18650 instead of the smaller ones. After reading your post it looks like mine are the unbranded type, its just a grey battery with stamped black writing, no make or anything and the box says lithium-ion battery.....do you think i should I be concerned? Any help would be great, thanx
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    Lol, knew it. When I bought the batteries I was skeptical, and kept in mind that the amp limit was probably 20 and not 35. Built accordingly, and haven't been having any problems at all.
  8. CbrVapRR's Avatar
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    Thank You!!! Perfect instructions!!! Have a wonderful Monday and vape on
  9. Bill's Magic Vapor's Avatar
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    All I can say is that it works for me! Glad you liked it!
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    For the Kayfun LIte fill screw, what does the counter sunk exactly mean?
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    Bill, thanks for this write up. I feel as though you just took us through a journey of how your palate thinks, works. I really enjoyed watching this recipe unfold. I just realized I need to scrap everything I "thought" I knew about mixing, and take a fresh approach, more towards the BMV way of mixing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbok
    Very informative, thank you!... From ur avatar are you into mycology?
    Yes, but more as a forager than a mycologist. There are lots of excellent culinary mushrooms around here in the fall. But of course some mycology is required to collect the good ones and not the bad ones. And it is fun to find unusual mushrooms and identify them, even if they will not be eaten.
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    Very informative, thank you!... From ur avatar are you into mycology?
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    Leaks are an issue with the lancia but it comes from the adjustable air flow pins. They are not o-ringed and hot juice will seep past anything. A little high temp silicone around the bottom section if the pins before you push them in, keeps it from leaking. Mine works flawlessly. Big vapor and really good flavor!!!

    Mine came with the glass tank portion and ss sleeve. Wanted to use the glass but the orings were so tight even when I lubed them, that the glass sleeve cracked. Using my ss now and it looks and performs fantastic. Easy to build too.

    Not a lot of room for the wick though but I use cellucotton which is durable and can be stuffed in most of the voids in the deck. Works great for me
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    I have sampled the v2 (large single hole) which are still available in some places. Almost the same as drilling out the 3-hole original to the max. 1/16". However, it is far and away smoother. It seems the interior shape of the base has been improved for flow. The important thing here is that it performs well with some condensation in the well. The v1 staggered as soon as wet. Think wet car battery folks. Haven't encountered v3 at any S FL store location and I just recently started to see the v3 available. It's on the target list for this week.

    Good luck and thanks for your interest!

  16. ThomasC's Avatar
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    really helpful thank you
  17. Vapoid's Avatar
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    W&A Sasparilla is outstanding IMO. My ADV of late.
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    Thank you, Danny
  19. jimho's Avatar
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    Great well thought out write up. This should be required reading for anyone venturing into anything beyond an eGo. Hats off to you for taking the time to write it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lirruping
    tdtyler, I read your post about using high flavoring percentages with interest. I am not (yet) a juice maker and am pretty new to vaping, period. But a question that comes to mind immediately is this:

    if your juices are good at mix time (because you've used adequate flavoring), what IS the result of steeping?

    Is it possible the flavors will become "too strong", for instance? I've never met a juice that I felt met this description, myself, but have read comments/discussions about "over-flavored" juice. Perhaps this is a non-issue for you, as you plan to vape your juices immediately, but theoretically, at least, what do you think?
    If the juice is good right off the bat, it only gets better with age. It's the juice that's bad right off the bat that we think will "get better" with age. In truth, it gets stale and we think that's "better."
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