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  1. The Bobo Affair (Chapter 6) "The Bobo at last - I hope"

    by , 06-03-2013 at 11:26 AM
    The unveiling continued (That's protective tape on the screen):

    About this juncture I stopped laughing. The Bobo may look ridiculous, but it is a serious mod. Having only seen pictures I was concerned it might be made of plastic. It's not. It is a solid piece of metal. ...

    Updated 06-28-2013 at 12:20 PM by The Ocelot

  2. The Bobo Affair (Chapter 7) "Finally, the Bobo - I promise this is the last one!"

    by , 06-03-2013 at 11:26 AM
    Thanks for sticking with me. If I can't fit all the pictures in this time, I'm just going to stop.

    What can you put on a Bobo? Not much if you can't get passed the shape. Almost everything looks stupid, until you vape it for a while and stop caring what it looks like.

    With an IBtanked 19mm XL tank

    With an IBTanked 19mm standard

    Updated 03-07-2014 at 11:25 PM by The Ocelot

    Tags: bobo, sigelei
  3. From the perspective of a mid-road vaper (intro)

    by , 06-02-2013 at 08:19 PM
    I guess you can say I'm a middle of the road vaper. I don't have a lot of mods. I can't afford to play very often. I love my eGos because they are inexpensive, and they do their job well. I will explore different options when it comes to cheaper items ... cartos, tanks, and misc. accessories. So I'll be offering my opinion on such things, should anyone out there take interest.

    ~~~:2c: Trish
  4. Rewick the iclear30 head

    by , 06-02-2013 at 04:30 PM
    3mm cotton yarn, 4 strand, 1 strand=0.75mm
    1mm cotton string, 4 strand, 1 strand=0.25mm
    (of course doubling over the 1mm string would work too. I'd advise to untwist the braid first though)

    Using 1 strand of each equals 2mm. when doubled over
    the folded piece on kanthal(used for threading the wick into coil)

    Do both coils, bottom first of course.

    So far so good, seems better than new.
    4 volts is a little harsh for me but starting at ...

    Updated 06-13-2013 at 02:54 PM by Hitmetwice

  5. Modding the Sigelei #8 for maximum performance.

    by , 06-02-2013 at 05:06 AM
    This question comes up quite a bit...here's what I do.

    -400-800 grit sandpaper
    -Power drill (optional)
    -Pliers (possibly needed to remove the button and button housing)
    -Torch/Lighter/Gas range/heat source (same reason as the pliers)

    First thing I start with is the spring cup. You will want to remove all the chrome from the outside AND inside of the cup. The outside for where the switch contacts the cup and the inside for where the spring ...

    Updated 06-02-2013 at 05:12 AM by Rader2146