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Tobh custom drilled airflow

Discussion in 'Cloud Chasers' started by owmang, Oct 31, 2014.

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  1. owmang

    owmang Senior Member

    Jul 3, 2014
    New Zealand`
    so i already have a tobh clone that ive drilled out to make the 3 air holes into a larger cyclops slot and i have just recieved another top cap and barrel and i want to improve the airflow. i was thinking of drilling out 2-3 extra holes going up at a 45 degree angle.
    does anyone have experience with this "cyclone" styled airflow and is it any good. most of my chasing build come out to be around 0.9-0.12 ohms (dual parallel 22g, dual 20g, dual triple parallel 24g)
  2. Uncletattoowhat

    Uncletattoowhat Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 21, 2014
    Poquoson, VA
    Sounds like you should just pick up a Mutation X and save your tobh caps for flavor chasing. I regret drilling holes in my tobh before getting this guy.

  3. owmang

    owmang Senior Member

    Jul 3, 2014
    New Zealand`
    ive really heard nothing but bad things about the MX. since its just a tobh clone i dont mind if i accidentally ruin it
  4. Tatsel_Morte

    Tatsel_Morte Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    The cyclone airflow does awesome things for your vapor production. I was skeptical so I got the CCI Militia and it doesn't seem to truly increase production, but it does certainly maintain a greater density. My theory is that this is because it keeps the vapor from each coil from "clashing" in the middle and dispersing instead making it join up in the rotation and funnel to the tip.
  5. invisiblehand13

    invisiblehand13 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 15, 2014
    Woodville, WI
    I actually prefer the tobh if you first slightly enlarge the three holes and then get rid of the slots in between, I notice great density as mentioned above and love the flavor off of it, it is not "airy" enough for some but for things like the little boy rda, I was really disappointed no matter how much you closed off the airflow with the horrible afc on it lol it was always airy....just IMO
  6. johndoe1027

    johndoe1027 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 18, 2014
    NC, USA
    I've missed all of those posts. I have a MXv1 and a MXv2 and they both rock. I don't like the special screws on the v2 but I know of a bolt and screw shop that'll be fixing that "problem" for me soon.

    The angled holes seem to be everyone's preference. I'm no venturi expert but it makes sense to me. Seems like holes with a little more space between them wouldn't be a bad thing. The MX holes are really close together.
  7. jdake3265

    jdake3265 Super Member Verified Member

    Sep 6, 2014
    Santa Ana
    try this (sorry for the horrible illistration, the black dots are air holes as well as the air slot)

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