yes new store, but no possibility to order yet, they must be working on it....
Origen - Quasar - Wapari's - Congestus - BilletBox - Mutant
Ugh I wish I had read the next posts filled cart up with i06's created acct, but could not check out. Jezzzzzzzz
Oh well should have 306's and extra caps coming in today to perfect this mod!
Well I got some 3.0 HV 306's to use on my VV Provari. Been playing with them in my V2 Torpedo tank, and think I have dialed it in. What is even nicer is it could not be simpler.
Screw atty with cap on battery.
Put tank base on over cap and atty all the way down to battery where it will be normally.
Make 2 holes in atty cap right where the cap comes out of the tank base using standard size sewing needle.
Put rest of tank together, fill with liquid and vape away!
If the hits start getting dry I just turn the voltage down a bit, and it is good.
So far I have vaped medium and high VG juice and the 2 hole setup has worked fine.
I originally had a problem with when putting the tank top on and the air pressure was squirting the liquid and flooding the atty. Turns out I had added a rubber washer in the tank top when I used it with with the CE2. By removing the washer the problem went away.
So anyway I can vouch that the standard size Torpedo Tank works great as a 306 tank right out of the box. Add atty, make holes, add liquid, and vape. The only problem is the tank is small and only hold a couple ml's of liquid. The next thing I am going to try is take the xl tube and cut it down to get a larger tank / more liquid.
Sorry I don't have pics or video. Just don't have the system to do that right now.
How are others mods working?
If we could verify the right dimensions of a clear tube to have a larger tank instead of using the stock caps that come with the 306's. I'm not sure if the measurements (od,id, wall thickness) will differ from each brand of 306's but I would assume so unless it's a custom like the i06? I guess a sure way would be to use a digital caliper. A tube with a rounded edge would be great so you avoid cutting the inside o-ring.
I'm sure all the tank suppliers are all watching this thread so keep bumping this up!
Last edited by dogtownvapster; 10-17-2011 at 05:37 AM.