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Is Noalox a requirement on Don/V2 switch?

Discussion in 'Moju Republic' started by sprakkattak, Dec 27, 2010.

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  1. sprakkattak

    sprakkattak Full Member

    Mar 6, 2010
    I have puresmoker icon and the performance degrades in about a couple of weeks or so. Noalox is a must for this mod. I love the Mako V1 as it needs little maintenance. I think I only cleaned it twice (threads, contact point) when I got it on April or May. The switch gets sticky though but can be fixed with wd40.

    I read in other forums that noalox is a must for mechanical mods. Is this true? I only use noalox on my icon but not on my mako. IME, my mako (maksi) beats the icon when it comes to vapour production. But when im out and about, i use the icon though as its smaller and i love the icon's switch.
  2. lawnman3

    lawnman3 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 3, 2009
    largo fl
    yes you need to no lox all mechanical mods just on the threads only ...

    makes a better contact ...

  3. Lilac

    Lilac Full Member

    Apr 2, 2010
    Hi sprakkattak....I've never used Noalox on either my Mako (Midi) or my GGTB,......i've only cleaned the Mako once since i got it in July, and only then cos i felt i should, not because of any performance drop off...

    the GGTB i have to clean every week or 2 as i do notice a drop off....Imeo recommends a little vaseline on the threads, thats all.
  4. hairball

    hairball ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 17, 2010
    Other Places
    I use Noalox on all of my mods that have threads. The only parts I don't use it on is contact points and atty threads.
  5. CSR

    CSR Senior Member

    Aug 24, 2010
    Southern California
    same here - Noalox on my Icon threads keeps em working smoothly but never needed it on the bat contacts - it's been flawless for 3 months of hard usage now.
    However I also have the smallest Precise model and it absolutely won't work without Noalox on the contacts - it's a real pain.
  6. smokindeuce

    smokindeuce Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2008
    While I've never used Noalox on either my Mako or Don, it certainly can't be a bad thing.... in fact I'm sure it would help a great deal in keeping the threads running nice and smooth.

    Also, if it really does improve the electrical contact that's an added bonus making it well worth adding to your shopping list I would have thought. :)
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