Originally Posted by dannyv45
My blogs will give insight into all aspects of DYI, from steeping to what supplies to have on hand to a basic walk through mixing your first E-juice.
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Then read hoosier's blogs. These blogs concentrate on fine tuning your mix and give insight on additives.
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Then read Boletus's blog's. These blogs concentrate on formulation of nicotine baces regarding proper calculations methods
Originally Posted by BigLungs
Originally Posted by ronchinoy
I read about 150 pages.
No mention off Irish Cream or Cognac or American Tobacco ?
How do you use these?
555 10-20% 2/5
Absinthe Flavor Concentrate 5-10%
Almond Amaretto Flavor Concentrate 5-10% 5/5
American Red Tobacco Flavor Concentrate 3-10%
Apple Candy 15%
Apple Flavor 10-15%, 4.5/5
Banana Cream Flavor 5-15%
Banana Nut Bread Flavor 5-7%
Bavarian Cream Flavor 5-15%
Bittersweet Chocolate (Extra) Flavor 10-15% 4/5
Originally Posted by Vape360
Originally Posted by jimho
The efficiency is close to 95% around 3.7V, reasonably good (probably in the 80's) around 4.5V and drops another 10-15% as you get to 6V.
With regards to the best way or settings to run the ProVari at;
The ProVari was designed from the ground up to be as reliable as possible considering the environment in which it is used. Wherever possible, design margins were selected that would allow it to perform with the best efficiency over the entire wattage use range. The posted
Originally Posted by Zen~
Originally Posted by mwa102464
I dont get this whole thing with IMR IMR IMR,, what the heck is wrong with using an AW IRC 2900MaH Batt in this unit over a 1600 mAh IMR Batt,, there are other IMR then AW as well that are manufactured but tell me the science & math of why only the IMR. I can see if your using a 1.5ohm 510 Atty but if your using say a 2.5ohm Atty running at 4.7v or so why the IMR, can someone help me a little here on this
When the guy at the Harley shop said I needed premium gas in my bike... I
I like these 5ml vials for trying different mix down ratios after steep to find my target when fine tuning flavor level. I also use them for trial runs with flavors that I can't find enough suggested mix percentage info on. By adding drops to 5ml of base and working my way up, I can determine a rough starting point to shoot a larger batch, then can work with that after mix and steep to fine tune where I want to shoot the successive batches at percent wise.
Updated 07-13-2014 at 08:30 PM by ENAUD