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Here is my review for the 4Nine Clone from Focalecig.
It is a 22mm mod that has a hybrid top cap and features stainless steel and brass components. It has a recessed button with cutouts for you to place your finger into when pressing the button and does not have a locking mechanism.
All the pieces to the mod are pictured above:
1. Magnetic spacer which attaches to the negative end of battery
Another build on the kayfun.
Got bored as usual, and i was thinking,
of ALL the fancy hyped up builds, the one build that actually worked bloody well for me was the diamond coil on my drippers.
No clue why (not a build pro), but I would imagine it has something to do with the way the airflow flows right through the wires (again, puuuuure speculation).
SO. seemed perfect for a kayfun.
here goes. 2 strands of wires,
Updated 07-08-2014 at 08:05 AM by TheKiwi
Ello! This should be quick!
I have an earlier post on the double barrel coils build on a KFL.
Here's another one!
30ga, 5/64 drill bits, 14 wraps. 1.4 ohms
The main difference is that this time, both coils are mounted in-line with the 2 post screws, as opposed to perpendicular to them.
Wrapping 2x identical coils on 2 different drill bits, mount them babies IN LINE with the positive and negative posts. I wrap
Well! Ello! Kinda got lazy but. here I am!
So today's build is gonna be a dual chimney build for the Fogger v4 (which btw is a ridiculously good RTA for a solid price).
I love chimney builds, but wicking a dual chimney in a Aqua/Fogger v4 type atty always stumped me.
ANYWAYS. I haz it figured out finally and I love it. So here goes. 10 wraps of 28 gauge, around 5/64. Net resistance = 0.9 ohms. (using 11 wraps = 1.2 ohms. works every single time)
Updated 07-08-2014 at 08:06 AM by TheKiwi