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Juicebox/Batt connect question

Discussion in 'Bottom Feeder Mods' started by Harrygrowth, Jun 9, 2011.

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  1. Harrygrowth

    Harrygrowth Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Mar 24, 2011
    Minnesota
    I made a juicebox with MV 2XAA mod box and 3ml bottle. What batt connector are you using? I had to raise the connector up so that the bottom of the connector was flush with the inside of the box due to the heighth of the bottle. I've see the 510 shorty extension but that still seems it would stick into the box too much. Use a different bottle? Is there a shorter connector? Different box?
     
  2. Para

    Para Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 15, 2010
    Texas
    Post a picture of what you are talking about so people can SEE what the problem is....then they can give you a solution
     
  3. Harrygrowth

    Harrygrowth Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Mar 24, 2011
    Minnesota
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    First one no workeee, 2nd one no likee but works good. Just looking to eliminate the connector heigth.
     
  4. Harrygrowth

    Harrygrowth Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Mar 24, 2011
    Minnesota
    The extension in particular looks like a mushroom cloud.
     
  5. Harrygrowth

    Harrygrowth Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Mar 24, 2011
    Minnesota
    Don't get me wrong, this thing blows out clouds ala cumulo nimbus. I thought it what be great for driving but now i'm not sure. If I blow the first few hits into the windshield, I can't see anything. About the first 3 hits are enormous clouds, then it tails off. Much different then dripping from top. Uses lots of juice too with no leaks.
     
  6. Harrygrowth

    Harrygrowth Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Mar 24, 2011
    Minnesota
  7. asdaq

    asdaq Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Harry, here's my 2 cents. With your current setup you could get a flusher mount if you lose the bottle lid and use the nipple as the lid, they pull off quite easily. Onthe inside of the nipple there is a nozzle that a 2mm ID tue will fit on, probably other sizes as well as it is tapered.

    On the outside tip of the nipple you can press/stretch a section of that silicone tubing on that is long enough to cover the tip and press tightly onto the connector's tube when the bottle is in place. Tight as it holds everything in place and is flexible for removing the bottle sideways. The connector you want securely mounted at that point as tension is key for this. I was quite happy with this on about 5 mods in some version or another. One strange thing was that if you leave the bottle out of the mod, the silicone tube would creep and pop off the nipple over a matter of minutes, but it is easy to not leave it like this. :) Hope this helps.
     
  8. Harrygrowth

    Harrygrowth Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Mar 24, 2011
    Minnesota
    So, mount the connector as desired, eliminate the copper tube in the bottle and remove the cap. Use tubing inside the bottle and outside on the small dripper nipple. The flexible tubing would allow full function due to it's flexability? And you say the same tubing inside the nipple will work outside the nipple?
     
  9. asdaq

    asdaq Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    That silicone tubing stretches over the outside of the nipple which is about 5mm OD and due to it's proper length seals over the connector's tube. I hadn't thought of using it on the inside too, it's kinda fat and takes up capacity. I used a length of aluminum tubing over the inside of the nipple 3mm OD 2mm ID. You could have a thinner tube inside the nipple just that it would be shorter and not stick out (hopefully not copper, yours looks like brass).

    It hasn't been used for about a year, but here is a pick of the bottle assembled. There is a 2nd piece of tubing around the base of the 1st to help it from popping off so easily, but isn't really necessary:

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  10. Harrygrowth

    Harrygrowth Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Mar 24, 2011
    Minnesota
    I should have mounted the connector to the right. I loose head room on the left side where the kill switch is located. DUH! Looks like a can-do situation. Gunna play around with some blunt syringes for metal tubing and see where i can get some poly tubing.

    Thanks for your suggestions asdaq.
     
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