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Discussion in 'Bottom Feeder Mods' started by Suomynona, Jun 6, 2018.

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  1. Suomynona

    Suomynona Full Member

    May 10, 2018
    Hi,

    I want to build my own regulated squonk with a DNA 250C board, preferably with 3 batteries but I can live with 2 (and they don't have to be 18650's). I know this is going to be a big mod, but that's what I'm after.

    Does anyone know where to get all these parts?
    I've seen a few sites but they're usually 2 battery mod cases or single battery squonk cases. Worst case scenario, I could live with a 3D printed model, given that I can find the internals that would fit inside. I would however prefer a bit of a stronger material for the casing.

    I'm living in Europe and would prefer to get the parts locally, but I have no issue waiting a little longer on more distant suppliers.
     
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  2. Cormic

    Cormic New Member

    Jul 8, 2018
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    sonicbomb Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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  4. Cormic

    Cormic New Member

    Jul 8, 2018
    Also in the U.S. is veritube.com. Price seem ok on yihi boards. Also there is protovaper.com for Evolve boards though I have no first hand experience with either of them.
     
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  5. Suomynona

    Suomynona Full Member

    May 10, 2018
    Thanks for the suggestions but I still haven't found what I'm after really...
    Isn't there a market for 3 battery squonk mods? The chips, 510s etc are easy to find, but the problem remains an enclosure to fit everything in.

    I could of course design and have one 3d printed but I'm not really a fan of that plastic feel and look of it all, not to mention that I'm not really a hero with 3d software :(
     
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