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    Default O-ring and button guide?

    Is there a cumulative guide that details the specific o-ring/washer combinations for certain battery setups as well as the kick? I'm talking about the P+18650 (which I just got today and am LOVING btw)

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    PrecisePlus Setup:

    Note: These are just a starting point, you may find you like an extra washer on the Rhodium switch post to adjust the throw to your liking or need a different Oring combination for the battery. There should be resistance felt the last 1/2 turn or so of your top cap as it compresses the oring down, this is normal. Adjust accordingly to achieve this.

    PrecisePlus 18650:


    - AW P18650 2600mAh: One Thick (.100) #113 Oring in the bottom of the battery chamber
    One Washer under the Rhodium Plated screw in Switch Post

    -AW P18650 2900/3100mAh: One Thin (.070) #16 Oring
    One Washer

    -AW IMR 18650: One Thick (.100) #113 Oring and One Thin(.070) # 16 Oring
    Three washers

    -AW IMR 18490 w/Kick: One Thick (.100) #113 oring
    One Washer


    PrecisePlus 18500:


    -AW P18500 15000mAh: One Thick (.100) #113 Oring in the battery Chamber
    One Washer on the screw in Rhodium Switch Post

    -AW IMR 18490: One Thick (.100) #113 Oring and One thin (.070) #16 Oring
    Three washers

    -AW IMR 18350 w/Kick : One Think (.070) #16 Oring in battery chamber. One #12 oring around top cap to fill gap, 1 washer on the switch post.

    PrecisePlus 18350:

    -AW IMR 18350: Try one Thin (.070) #16 first, if they battery is loose, move up and use one thick (.100) #113 Oring.
    One Washer

    PrecisePlus 16340:

    AW IMR 16340 and AW ICR 123/16340: One Thick (.100) #112 in the battery chamber.
    One Washer under the Rhodium switch post.
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    Cheers! Thank you! Gonna give it a go with the Kick when I get home. For now, rocking a 0.8ohm coil in medium mode Odysseus on my P+18 with an AW IMR 18650. The rhodium contacts seem to make a considerable difference vet what I'm used to, great mod!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwechsler View Post
    Cheers! Thank you! Gonna give it a go with the Kick when I get home. For now, rocking a 0.8ohm coil in medium mode Odysseus on my P+18 with an AW IMR 18650. The rhodium contacts seem to make a considerable difference vet what I'm used to, great mod!
    That rhodium kicks azzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.. Doesnt it.......

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    Does anyone know what size the washer is? I got a used one that didnt come with orings or washers and am about to grab orings from home depot since my P+18650 wont fire with an 18650 1600 mah as is(1 washer 1 thick oring).


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    Quote Originally Posted by BenC7 View Post
    Does anyone know what size the washer is? I got a used one that didnt come with orings or washers and am about to grab orings from home depot since my P+18650 wont fire with an 18650 1600 mah as is(1 washer 1 thick oring).
    They have brass ones that will work at home depot, #8 as i recall. Also, they have the right size oring, however, they don't use the numbering system above, but you'll find them in the plumbing section, brand name Danco

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    I found the washers but not the orings. They measure thickness differently any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenC7 View Post
    I found the washers but not the orings. They measure thickness differently any suggestions?
    Here are the Precise/PrecisePlus 16340/18350/18500/18650 Oring/washer parts kits on the website now for purchase.

    Refresh the page if they don't show, they are towards the bottom of the page: Super T Manufacturing, Innovative manufacturer of electronic cigarette products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forcedfuel50 View Post
    Here are the Precise/PrecisePlus 16340/18350/18500/18650 Oring/washer parts kits on the website now for purchase.

    Refresh the page if they don't show, they are towards the bottom of the page: Super T Manufacturing, Innovative manufacturer of electronic cigarette products.
    So you don't know the danco equivalent sizes?


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    My personal guide:

    Fit o-rings until battery doesn't rattle.
    fit washers until desired witch throw is achieved.


    *note: start off with the smallest amount of o-rings and least amount of washers, and work your way up....



    Now leave Dave alone so that he can get back to R&D!

    Not trying to be an a-hole, but 5 min. of test fitting would get you your answer, rather than waiting for someone to reply to a thread.
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