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    Quote Originally Posted by redeyedancer View Post
    I didn't do the math . I did just about burnt my finger on the .4 ohm coil dam thing caught on fire the first two times I tried it . I dont no how you guys vape with that much heat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gigdujour View Post
    I am just curious how difficult it will be to install for us not-so-handy types? The numbers look fantastic!
    Uhhh....have you read Rob's posts? I am betting it is two little screws, put a new spring in and a new upper assembly. The fact that he is doing it and the whys and hows tell me he is totally after giving people what they want and saving them from trying to do what some of the advanced modders can do safely. Some can't replicate those mods, some can. He is getting the results to the rest of us. Many thanks are due to the envelope pushers and the mod master.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gigdujour View Post
    I am just curious how difficult it will be to install for us not-so-handy types? The numbers look fantastic!
    The negative contact the spring will be no different then changing a standard spring . The positive contact will require more skill . I will make a how to video and anyone not comfortable doing it themselves can send them to me for a retrofit
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdib View Post
    Noalox-wise . . .. . .here's what I'm reading . . . .



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    It's a different kind of sparking, I believe, . . . .. but, maybe . . . .
    The non-sparking of berylium copper is when used for hand tools such as wrenches. These are often used in volatile environments like coal mines to prevent explosions. Using steel on steel can create sparks, leading to a fire hazard.

    It is also used as a strong, conductive spring finger for high frequency RF applications requiring shielding on moving guards of the equipment.

    It can spark electrically under the right conditions, but I don't think it will have that problem in the Reos, as the frequency is zero, and total power is very low.

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    I can't wait for this! Sign me up rob! I'll probly need another grand to go with it too.. Thanks for everything you do.

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    Sorry if this has already been addressed, but is the button going to see an upgrade? Not that I'd ever melt a button (sarcasm), but something more heat resistant seems like a good fit with the new contacts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raynman View Post
    If I wrote this hoax he would have blown off both of them so he could no longer infect the gene pool.
    Ha! Me too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hildicat View Post
    Sorry if this has already been addressed, but is the button going to see an upgrade? Not that I'd ever melt a button (sarcasm), but something more heat resistant seems like a good fit with the new contacts.
    hmmmm . .. . getting some PTFE in the mail from a monkey friend . . . . .. just setting up lathe for stupid drip tip project . . . .. . might make a tester button. (unless laziness wins the hand)

    ADDIT: actually, that would be a waste of time. It's a no-brainer. Teflon would be good. (might make my own, tho)



    . . . . and then, I may be getting some button-modding magic from Texas . . . . ?
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