[QUOTE=Kablah;11558736][QUOTE=LeftCoastVaper;11557632]More pics for your viewing pleasure:
That white one looks like mine :). Yay intime for xmas.[/QUOTE]
the green is mine...have zombie green 001. :p
A while back I got in my Vape mail a total of 8 Newest Generation
Stainless Steel CE5-S BDCC (Bottom Dual Coil Changeable) Clearomizer ...
The Best of the Best...
Except for one thing... like many other clearomizers... sold by Suppliers....
without a decent FIX IT IDEA????
NONE OF THEM could or would
make contact (their pins were just to far up inside the base of tanks clearomizer)
away from the deep well contact POST of my MVP 2.0, and
Updated 01-10-2014 at 07:00 PM by OldSeer
You've got your base all assembled and ready to meter to make sure you don't have any shorts. I'm using a Provari for this.
2.1 ohms, not too far off the 2 I was shooting for.
Next I just grab my tweezers and adjust the coils a bit to make them more even, prime the wick on the coils and in the channels with some juice, attach the mouth piece, then the tank section,
So now I've got my terrible looking wick and wire ready to go.
You'll want to now drop that bad (looking) boy into the Penny housing like so, NR wires running down the channels.
Then push the wick into the channels, holding it with your fingers. You want to make sure none of the coils go past the top edge of the housing or it could short on the mouth piece.
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I sent a lengthy PM from work that said it went through, but apparently didn't, so here's a guide I promised in a message I never sent!
Gather your supplies!
You'll need your Penelope dissassebled, silica wick, R wire, NR wire, and scissors at the minimum. I also have a pair of needle nose tweezers that I use but