Brand new rba bottom coil tank

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  1. mgmrick

    mgmrick Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Maybe there are other's that I don't know about.

    Bottom coil tank rba that works out of the box.

    No need for ss mesh as the juice is in the top and keeps the wicks wet without flooding

    Works great on my pwm mod's now wicking issues great taste and great vapor
     
  2. mgmrick

    mgmrick Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Some tricks I have learned......

    First time wet the wicks real good and allow some juice to stay in the bottom below the air tube.

    It will keep the wicks wet with no dry hits till the juice tank is empty
     
  3. Jimi D.

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    Interesting RBA mgmrick. That looks gravity friendly. How long of a hit can you take, before the juice empties at the coil?
     
  4. par292

    par292 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    this looks interesting, is this something that was modded or is someone selling these?
     
  5. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Very interesting, Where can we find these.
     
  6. RsK0807

    RsK0807 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    How do the wicks feed into the Juice? Thru the center tube or is there a wick hole somewhere not seen in pics?
     
  7. mgmrick

    mgmrick Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    At first when I looked at said no way this is going to work.....lol

    The center is the air tube. Off center of that is a pin hole that allows juice from the tank to flow down into the heating chamber. If you let it sit the juice would just stay in the top no juice flows down until you vape on it. The coil is wrapped around 3 wicks and they do not feed up into the juice they just sit down in heating chamber. When you vape on it the juice drops a few drops in the heating chamber keeping the wicks wet.

    I have tried the other style made famous by smok and could not get juice to feed up the wicks. No problem with this setup using a pwm mod or ego style battery. Tons of vapor great flavor and no dry hits. I do run my pwm device at low volts about 3.5 volts. But you would swear you were vaping a dual coil carto at 6 volts. That's how much this puts out.

    Vapingzone.com expects shipment middle of next week.

    VZ 510 Rebuildable Bottom Coil Tank 2.5 ohm, Single Pc - E Cig : Joye eGo & eGo-T | Boge Leo | Cartomizers | E-Liquid | Electronic Cigarettes | eGo Tank
     
  8. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks mgmrick going to order one to check out.

    Looks promising, I have issues with getting enough juice to a top wick tank due to heaving vaping, it always seams to dry out to fast.

    It looks like it works on a vacuum system?
     
  9. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    One more question, How do you fill it.
     
  10. mgmrick

    mgmrick Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    You pull out the top stem (mouth piece end) just enough to fill the top.

    When I can get another one I have given thought of drilling another hole off center that would allow taking off the tip and the inserting a syrgine with out needing to pull up to refill. But not sure as the extra hole might make the juice drip down too fast. But for now that is how it is setup.
     
  11. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Cool thanks, I got two set in my Wish list on the site you posted.

    Not sure a hole would be a good thing. Looks like this works on a vacuum type system. But looks promising that is for sure.

    I am sure there will be more vendors caring these soon but will try to grab a few next week when there in stock.

    Thanks for posting this info and I look forward to hearing any thing you have to say about it.
     
  12. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    One more thing, are you running VG or PG juice in it.
     
  13. mgmrick

    mgmrick Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I am using my everyday mix 70pg/30vg.

    If your a 100% vg users you may or may not need to thin your juice. I have not tried 100% vg
     
  14. mgmrick

    mgmrick Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    This was just a prototype they are now coated not brass .... chrome ??

    I just added this pic to show how nice the wicks are after one of my refills.

    Never had any issues with flooding either
     
  15. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Is the atty connecter open, Like can you get juice form the bottom of the atty to the wick system. I see a small tube just below your wick set up.

    I use 100% VG But I am sure I can get it to work. I may have to drill out a few holes but not a bid deal.
     
  16. mgmrick

    mgmrick Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    That is an option drill out a bigger hole. Start small and just keep going bigger till you find that magic size. Just pull off the top end and the plate is there with the tiny hole that allows juice to drip into the heating chamber.

    The other question not sure what your asking but.... top end where the drip tip is has tube that goes thru the plate. The air tube that the coil is above is raised not flat with bottom so you can have some juice in bottom with out it leaking out thru bottom air hole. Hope that does not confuse you more. Just ask and I will try to answer
     
  17. doots

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    This looks very interesting. Will have to place an order too... :)
     
  18. mgmrick

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    One thing I noticed today... vape dropped down a little bit.

    A quick look and I noticed one of the wicks was blocking the air tube. ( that was a first )

    Simple enough fix pushed it out of the way with a paper clip down thru air tube
     
  19. mgmrick

    mgmrick Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Couple more pic's I built a new 2.2 ohm coil
     
  20. Nurzrachit

    Nurzrachit Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    This looks like a great option, I'll bet it works great, thanks for the info mgmrick.
     
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