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  1. Taifun GT Discusion!

    by , 10-17-2014 at 09:56 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by dwcraig1 View Post

    Note: 11 x 1 mm on most, 12 x 1 mm on some (under sliding sleeve)
    I've heard that on some clones that the chimney is pressed into the tank top, most are one piece.
  2. Tesla 2Six Magnetic Switch mod

    by , 10-17-2014 at 06:51 PM
    Tesla 2six Style Clone, Magnetic Switch Mod

    Here is information about modding a Tesla 2six clone to use magnets instead of springs. If you have an authentic Tarsius Customs 2six, or a 1:1 clone, this will not work, because the design of the button is different. I also modded a 1:1 clone, but I had to make significant changes to the button housing to get enough throw for it to work. Here's a picture of the 2six I was working with:

    Updated 10-18-2014 at 08:30 PM by PapaSloth

  3. BSD's vertical hollow core Micro Coil build for ARO, Evod, and Protank heads.

    by , 10-17-2014 at 06:03 PM
    Great pictures of protank vertical coil build

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Screen D View Post
    OK. I was wrong. Forget everything I've written up to this point. Well almost everything lol.

    Intuitively, I always assumed that the coil needed to be a micro coil in order to create a airway, or as this type of vertical coil is often referred to "chimney". Not only does it not have to be a touching coil, this spaced vertical coil blows the touching coils out of the water! Flavor and vape production
  4. O-Rings for Taifun GT

    by , 10-17-2014 at 04:31 PM
    17 x 1.5 are at each place where the end of the tank seals..

    12 x 1 mm on the chamber cap.
    11 x 1 mm or 12 x 1 mm under the sliding sleeve.
    4 x 1 on the end of the chimney (fill line).
    2 x 1 mm under the 510 screw's head.
    5 x 1.5 mm goes on the drip tip
    Buna or Nitrile

    Here's where I buy mine:
    Note: 11 x 1 mm on most, 12 x 1 mm on some (under sliding sleeve)
    I've heard that ...

    Updated 10-18-2014 at 03:12 AM by dwcraig1

  5. DNA40 – The New Paradigm

    by , 10-16-2014 at 03:33 PM
    DNA40 – The New Paradigm

    Those of you who may have been following my writings probably remember me saying, several times, that resistance just isn’t as important as it used to be. I have been pondering that and trying to figure out a way to explain it better. Then it dawned on me, with this new technology there really is a whole new Paradigm regarding coil optimization.

    Brandon kept saying during the beta that temperature should be adjusted to your particular juice, and ...
    Tags: dna40, evolv, ni200