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  1. TFA Danish Recipes for Those With a Sweet Tooth -

    by , Yesterday at 09:03 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill's Magic Vapor View Post
    I have listed Pie Recipes, Cereal Recipes, Candy Bar Recipes, and now Danishes:

    Cinnamon Danish (my ADV for last couple of years)

    Cinnamon Danish - 10%
    Cotton Candy - 10%
    Bavarian Cream - 6%

    Peach Danish - Original (my third ADV....ever!)

    Juicy Peach 8%
    Vanilla Custard 4%
    Brown Sugar 2%
    Butter 2%
    Sweetener 2%
    Waffle 1%
    Sweet Cream 1%

    Raspberry Frosted Danish

  2. Rose clone o-ring sizes

    by , Yesterday at 01:42 PM
    Chimney 7 mm x 1 mm
    Coil body top 15 mm x 1 mm
    Coil body bottom 18 mm x 1 mm
    Tank sections 18 mm x 1 mm
    Air control ring 18 mm x 1 mm
    Brass 510 screw 2 mm x 1 mm

    The first number is I.D. followed by cross section.

    Updated Yesterday at 01:59 PM by dwcraig1

  3. Care and feeding of your t.m.c.

    by , Yesterday at 01:24 AM (MacTechVpr's Tensioned Rebuild Central)
    (Tensioned Contact Micro/Macro/Mini Coil)

    by MacTechVpr

    Recycling Ceramic Weave T.M.C.'s

    Kanger and other clearomizers threaded with Nextel XC-132 ceramic wicks will offer an outstanding durability compared to silica and other synthetics. However, like any other permeable thing in the physical universe, the wick will get dirty. Pigments and flavorings clump up in juice and more so with the application of heat.
    TMC for Kanger
  4. How to Make Fruit Danish eJuice - Recipes from the Flavorthon

    by , 10-18-2014 at 08:18 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill's Magic Vapor View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill's Magic Vapor View Post
    It's the combination of flavors that does the trick, and in the right proportions. This takes experimentation, trial and error. Too much flavoring is often NOT the problem. Often times it is too little flavoring, or not having the right mix. Think about it this way. Sweet cream is cream and sweet flavor. Even if you use Sweet Cream, you may still have to add Sweetener or Cotton Candy (Ethyl Maltol). You need both to get sweet cream. I start with the fruit at recommended starting percentages and
  5. Taifun GT Discusion!

    by , 10-17-2014 at 09:56 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by dwcraig1 View Post

    Note: 11 x 1 mm on most, 12 x 1 mm on some (under sliding sleeve)
    I've heard that on some clones that the chimney is pressed into the tank top, most are one piece.