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  1. tnt56

    tnt56 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I may be slow but I'm persistent. I've found that my sweetie like it that way. ;)
     
  2. TheSystemHasFailed

    TheSystemHasFailed Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 19, 2013
    Valhalla
    Those flat tops look thicker than the slant. I mean, more than the obvious fact that there is more material there.
     
  3. tnt56

    tnt56 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    And in my honest opinion they work better than the slant caps. On the slant caps I always had to make minor adjustments to make connection. With the flat tops no problems with anything I've put on em.
     
  4. CaSHMeRe

    CaSHMeRe Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jun 12, 2008
    USA
    They are the exact same height as the slant, its just more of an optical illusion :)
     
  5. TheSystemHasFailed

    TheSystemHasFailed Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 19, 2013
    Valhalla
    Hmm. I have to do that, but for only one device. And that's because I'd rather keep the washer out so as not to disturb coils from RBA to RBA. Center post movement and all. Is the flat top a thread shorter in the 510? Diff. screw?
     
  6. Xobeloot

    Xobeloot The Dirty Monkey Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 29, 2013
    Grafenwöhr, Germany
    I only have one genesis that has a major connection problem (mini cobra clone). If I decide to use that one for the day, I'll toss the washer in. Otherwise, I have a tiny keychain jewelers screwdriver that I can raise the screw then allow it to seat itself to the perfect height as I thread on my atomizer or carto.

    Small price to pay for such a bulletproof mod!

    Cash: Have you considered a powdercoat option for the tubes? I'm picking up a powdercoating setup in about a week and am going to do a matte black tube with a torch blued cap and switch /drool

    Will post pictures of the finished unit
     
  7. heateris

    heateris Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 18, 2012
    SEPA
    ill send you mine to practice on! :laugh:
     
  8. tnt56

    tnt56 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Can't explain it. Just my HOP


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
     
  9. Xobeloot

    Xobeloot The Dirty Monkey Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 29, 2013
    Grafenwöhr, Germany
    Got bored (and my adderall refilled) and decided to torch everything before I coat it just for giggles. the cap and switch came out nice... The el-cheapo drip tip and satin finished stuff... not so much, but the satin stuff is all getting coated, so no worries in my mind:

    photo(1).jpg
     
  10. slybootz

    slybootz Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 18, 2009
    Chicago
    Popping in to say I love my Legacy w/ KICK! Better add this to my signature, since I haven't been on ECF in ages..
     
  11. Xobeloot

    Xobeloot The Dirty Monkey Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 29, 2013
    Grafenwöhr, Germany
    Xobeloot's legacy v3

    Torch blued cap/switch after one round of polishing.

    Shown with Vicious Ant Cyclone RDA

    [​IMG]
     
  12. Moogle

    Moogle Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 5, 2013
    Portland, OR
    Another satisfied Legacy owner here! Naolox user as well. My Lead and Manager at work both have one and report a marked improvement of battery life using Naolox on all the threads to improve the ground connection. My Legacy has been going strong for 2 months and I'm sure I'll have it for years to come. Now if I could only get my Terminator-C leaking issue sorted....
     
  13. Alamedean

    Alamedean Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 27, 2012
    Alameda, CA
    Not sure how to use the Naolox. Have rubbed some Naolox on the threads and even the bottom button. Should Naolox be used between The Kick's spring and the sleeve too?

    Pictures anyone?

    Thanks!
     
  14. Moogle

    Moogle Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 5, 2013
    Portland, OR
    I wouldn't. There's some advice in a post a few pages back about twisting the kick if it loses good ground and cleaning the metal in the sleeve where the kick touches it. I wouldn't get any chemicals on the kick. I wouldn't know what it could do so to me better safe than sorry.
     
  15. hazozita

    hazozita Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 7, 2013
    Virginia
    I follow the recommendations of Super T Manufacturing for their Kicklet (which is a housing for the Kick, if you're not familiar with it). They recommend Noalox on the upper and lower contacts of the Kick, plus some at the point where the Kick spring contacts the mod wall. Works great, and keeps the Kick kickin' along just fine.
     
  16. Moogle

    Moogle Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 5, 2013
    Portland, OR
    Great info. Thanks! Where's my Naolox?
     
  17. thedesbois

    thedesbois Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 19, 2012
    Montreal, Canada
    Question:

    Got the Smok Vapesafe fuse which is about twice as thick as the original. Some batteries I have are also longer than the AW or Effest (Panasonic).

    Was wondering is there is an easy way to create more inside room lengthwise in the Legacy? Maybe sanding down the black plastic bottom ring? And removing a bit of the positive post underside by sanding it?

    Any suggestions? (I know, get the original fuse... I will. But apart from that?) I have two Legacy so one could be made "longer inside" for Pany or Smok setups while the other remaining untouched.

    Thanks!
     
  18. Scott_Simpson

    Scott_Simpson Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 7, 2012
    Fort Wayne, IN
    Sounds like you want the Tardis model. :laugh: (Sorry, couldn't resist ...)
     
  19. Xobeloot

    Xobeloot The Dirty Monkey Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 29, 2013
    Grafenwöhr, Germany

    Looking at my switch, i'd say you could easily shave about 1/8" off the black delrin post where the spring sits. You may need to either grind down the brass screw to sit lower with it or just grab a new brass screw that is 1/8" shorter from Ace hardware.

    The top brass button could probably be shaved down ~1/32" without cutting into the threaded sleeve.

    Otherwise, you could remove the positive brass screw and post, countersink the black delrin with a 5/16" hole about 1/16", cut about 1/16" off of the tube portion on top and get a slightly shorter positive contact screw.

    The idea stream is about endless in my mind right now. BLAH! now I have to brain-dump all of this so I can sleep.
     
  20. thedesbois

    thedesbois Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 19, 2012
    Montreal, Canada
    LOL at Tardis. :)

    Thanks for the suggestions.

    What I did is take a Dremel grinding stone to the inside positive post. Removed about 2/3 of it. Now is almost flush with Delrin insulator. Sanded and polished flat. Did the job perfectly. Didn't encounter the outside screw threading, luckily. :)
     
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