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DCT mod?

Discussion in 'Tank Mods' started by Mood, Feb 26, 2012.

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  1. Mood

    Mood Full Member

    Feb 25, 2012
    Hello people of ECF land!

    First I was going to find the parts for Persis' mod, but I was told those are custom made and not a common stuff you can buy anywhere. :(

    Now I am thinking about to mod a Dual Cartomizer Tank and I made this plan: picture

    I know it is not 1:1 size, just my basic idea based on watching videos. Any comment is welcome, would it work or not?
    And I don't know what to use to cover the top? I would need an easly accessible and cheap solution.

    One more question - Is the scubagen design better with the U shaped wick?
  2. WillyB

    WillyB Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Oct 21, 2009
    Look at this thread, plenty of good ideas and explanations.


    Actually your tank approach could be simplified immensely.

    First gut a steel carto, pull the center post and solder on a piece of insulated wire that will stick out the top.

    Cut down the tank tubing so the carto will extend past the top cap by ~6mm or so. Drill a small hole in the exposed carto shell for a small screw. That will be your negative. The positive is obviously the wire you previously soldered to the center post. You then just need to drill your top cap for the wick, 2-2.3mm. I'll leave it up to you to figure out how to make a cap/drip tip assembly. That is where you will drill an air inlet (in the side) even with or just under the actual coil.
  3. Mood

    Mood Full Member

    Feb 25, 2012

    Thanks for pointing me to that thread, I'll read it as soon as I can.

    Also, thanks for the tips, but I'm looking for a really really easy modding, because I don't have the tools or knowledge for soldering.
    I might be able to saw or glue
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