Mike n Tibs DNA Mods!

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  1. Proetus

    Proetus Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    This is to show off pics of the mods created from the duo coop team of Mike n Tibs! Pictures are welcome, just try not to use it as a personal build or help thread please!
     
  2. bapgood

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    I did get parts in the coop to build mods like these....just not these....but just to get things started


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  3. tiburonfirst

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    let's see who's gonna go next ;)
     
  4. Proetus

    Proetus Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    And my DNA20 is reborn into a DNA30! Tip of the day... Mikes original battery holder from FT won't fire at 30watts. Fires fine at 20, but not at 30! I believe he mentioned that in his build thread at some point tho and then upgraded his to the keystones. Easily enough accomplished in the future. Important part is I have a 20w mod back!

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  5. Bmays

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    Looks great Proetus, Mine was gonna get a design printed on it but the print shop has been busy and if its not done by tomorrow afternoon I'm gonna just settle for plain cobalt blue too.

    Question folks. I got 4 of the 5A fuses. I have "jumped" the positive and negative on the keystone holder and have two wires from the holder. Should I just use 2 fuses in line with the positive, or splice into the "jump" and install one in between the two 18650's and one on the main positive lead?

    I know either will work, thought I'd see what you folks are doing.
     
  6. Texaslimo

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    Bap, what fuses were those that you showed in your build?
     
  7. bapgood

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    They were 3amp hold 6amp trip SMT PTC fuses.
     
  8. Texaslimo

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    Thanks... they did not look like the ones that I had ordered..
     
  9. bapgood

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    I have them bookmarked at work....not feeling like going searching right now :D
     
  10. Texaslimo

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    Off topic-

    Both the top (atomizer to battery) and bottom ( switch to battery) adjustment screws on my mod will not stay put. Any ideas for a solution that won't interfere with current flow?
     
  11. bapgood

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    What mod or what kind of adjustment?
     
  12. iminuvaping

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    Bap would 4 of those fuses be sufficient for a Turnigy nano-tech 5600mah 1S2P 65~130C Hardcase Lipo Pack?
    Thanks in advance


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  13. TS12000

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    Well done so far :beer: marking for later...
     
  14. bapgood

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    Yes they would work fine for a DNA20, but might start limiting some current at the high end with a DNA30. I would recommend using two 7/14 amp fuses. I will post links to both in a little bit.
     
  15. tiburonfirst

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    i don't think we know the meaning of ''on topic'' :D - proetus' intentions were good but where's the fun in that? ;)

    y'all have to scroll to get to the pictures once they start to get posted :laugh:
     
  16. Proetus

    Proetus Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    No we aren't very good on that! I knew it would happen! It was inevitable.
     
  17. bapgood

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  18. tiburonfirst

    tiburonfirst They call me 'Tibs" Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    if most people do not have the proper fuses handy we might want to consider them for an add-on ;)
     
  19. bapgood

    bapgood Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Better grab the links them :D
     
  20. kamil99

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    I have the coop fuses... those no good?

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