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  1. More new toys

    by , 01-26-2013 at 01:21 AM
    I got a Joye eGo-T 2 that came with 2 batteries, lots of cartridges, etc. I've tried different tanks including the VV and all seem compatible. I don't want to wreck it since its new. I got extra cartos and rebuild kits...3 new juices, cappuccino, Hawaiian Daze (the BEST YET!) and Cherry Limeade. I didn't look up much info on this set-up since it was an impulse thing, but now that I have, it seems maybe a little old school and I might have invested in something a bit more new tech. I've experimented ...
  2. I'm a modder!

    by , 01-26-2013 at 12:45 AM (Tail's random thoughts)
    When I first started vaping, I told myself not to go crazy with all the bells and whistles of the huge array of mods available. My original though was that I wanted to use vaping to stop smoking, then I wanted to quit vaping. So, I bought a few cig a like 808's and was happy with that until I found this forum. The hounds were released and off and running I went! Since I already had 808 carts, I bought a few larger ego style batteries that were 808 threaded to keep things simple. I moved up to tanks ...
  3. DOOMSDAY Prepping For the Possible FDA Restriction

    by , 01-25-2013 at 05:04 PM (My4Jewels Vaping Blog)
    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt View Post
    It is my understanding that TSNAs in non-fire-cured tobacco is from fermentation, not oxidation. Oxidation is reaction with O2. In order to make nitrosamines, nitrogen oxide must be introduced, not just O2. Fire-curing does this too. Increase in snus TSNAs is probably from open-air bacteria starting to eat the tobacco. With just reaction with O2, free-base nicotine should not turn into TNSAs, just nicotine-oxides, which are not considered harmful.

    I found this on long-term increase
  4. Fixing a leaky Kanger T3

    by , 01-25-2013 at 04:50 AM

    I put up a new video discussing way to "overhaul" a moody Kanger T3. Includes leak points, rewicking / recoil, a bit of some ranting, a few raves, and general good info... It's a bit long cause it covers a lot, and I'm just detailed with the step by step stuff...

    Thanks for watching! Let me know if there is anything totally wrong in it... I know there is a bad statement in there about resistance increasing causing voltage to drop down on VW mods, that's ...
  5. Method I'm using to make a perfect coil every time!

    by , 01-25-2013 at 04:49 AM

    Here is the video. Hope it helps someone... First one I've done, so be gentle!

    Updated 01-25-2013 at 04:54 AM by dam718