Originally Posted by Merryhellion
Tonight is my 5 month smoke free anniversary, and in honor of it, I literally kicked cigarettes to the curb.
4 cartons of Djarum Specials, which arrived last December after I began vaping, and remained unsmoked all this time.
The end of an era, of 33 years of cigarette smoking, which I celebrate with you all in thanks of the support I have received and continue to receive, from the members of ecf.
The 2 people I began smoking with in high school, have also
Strawberry Shortcake from Vape Dudes
the first vape was an overwhelming sweet strawberry flavor....after that it blended into a bland cakish flavor....
after a moment of letting it sit and vape again it has a nice cake flavor with a hint of strawberry....while the flavors aren't blending together well...you get a nice taste of them either on the intake or the outtake of the vape...
kind of a powdery sweet strawberry flavor
a bit of a throat hit and
So here is my take on an ohmís law explanation using a power wheel as an anology. Strap your butts on and letís go!
Section 1: The parts of Ohm's law
If we take a look at the graphic below you will see whatís known as the Ohmís law triangle, aka your cheat sheet for this section. To understand what this all means we first need to understand the three components of Ohmís Law: Voltage, Resistance, and Amperage
Updated 08-31-2014 at 06:32 PM by Baditude
Originally Posted by super_X_drifter
Coil looks high and close to the posts.
I'd recommend 28 or 29 ga to hit your resistance, moving the coil closer to the edge of the deck and lowering the coil so it's centered on the airhole for starters
Here's a top pic of what I'm talking about I just run a shorter wick than that pic now on the right side: