Originally Posted by V Ninja
Originally Posted by eHuman
Bad, I watched a few videos on wick rolling and coil wrapping before I bought my RBA. I ended up combining what I felt was the best of them all. I am still using the the very first wick and coil that I made from the materials included with the AGA-T, and haven't yet touched the supplies I bought to go with it. The included SS mesh is not big enough to make a solid wick (and I I want to try that next) so I rolled it around a 1mm rod tightly, and was able to fit it into the 3/32" drill bit wrapped
Originally Posted by Dusty_D
Originally Posted by CarbonThief
That's a deal Dusty! I've been wanting to make my own sauces and rubs for a while now but haven't taken it on yet. I'll start with yours!
Want me to PM you my chili recipe?
Screw the PM.. post it on here for all to see. Food love should be spread to all, similar to love of juices.
Here's my "adapted" Kansas style rub based on me studying a few different recipes of it:
Dusty_D's Kansas style BBQ Rub
Makes enough for a
Originally Posted by robin931
I'm Baaaaacckkk! I have been quite busy lately and haven't had any time to do my reviews, but I have tons of juices here waiting for me to review, and I will get all of them done for all of you as soon as possible. Hopefully, I will be finished my current stock of juices within the next 2 weeks.... maybe 3 (I really have ALOT to review!). But as usual, I am using my ego twist and a LR Bridgeless atty for dripping.
The Juice- 12mg nic, 70vg/30pg, steeped
This was my first venture into the world of VV, and I bought it before Volt came out with the Spinner. I decided on the iTaste becasue the magnetic head system accomodates both 510, 808 devices and a proprietary iTaste device. Being a SI/Volt guy I wanted the ability to use 808 without any adapters and the iTaste does that. It is advertised as a 700mah battery system, but I find it doesn't really perform as well as an X2-650 in terms of battery life. That can be a result of boosting voltage
I've been fooling with DIY and have come up with what I call "RS4". The actual percentages can be increased to suit your own taste, but I think the key is to keep the ratios constant. This has a slightly caramel flavor with a nice throat hit, for me at least.
Caramel Cappucion (WL) 2.5%
Chocolate (WL) 2.5%
Tobacco Absolute Blend (ALC) (WL) 2.5%