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#31 (permalink)      6/10/2016 8:42:54 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
serozhka
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mu resume - still prefer v2 which has large holes close to bottom. i dont understand why kanger pushes RBA which are almost same as for toptank.
btw did anyone try subtank rba with toptank?
#32 (permalink)      6/16/2016 3:50:37 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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serozhka wrote:

mu resume - still prefer v2 which has large holes close to bottom. i dont understand why kanger pushes RBA which are almost same as for toptank. btw did anyone try subtank rba with toptank?


I'm using the RBA Plus v2 (see previous page) in a toptank without issues. The slightly larger holes and lower position of them enables you to empty the tank more than with the toptank RBA (i'd estimate it 0.3ml left vs 0.7ml left), without any dryhits.

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Do some people drill larger holes in these , i think all of them work fine as is .
#34 (permalink)      6/16/2016 4:48:32 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The diameter of the holes is not a problem. The problem with the small holes is their location, because they are small the bottom point of the holes is too high (higher than the big hole), and you can't use all the juice in the tank, it just doesn't get to the holes level, and you need to play with the tank to get the juice to touch the wick.

I just bought SKU 2551300, and use it's cilinder with the original RBA base. It works great.
#35 (permalink)      6/25/2016 3:44:32 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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KoganIZ wrote:

The diameter of the holes is not a problem. The problem with the small holes is their location, because they are small the bottom point of the holes is too high (higher than the big hole), and you can't use all the juice in the tank, it just doesn't get to the holes level, and you need to play with the tank to get the juice to touch the wick.

I just bought SKU 2551300, and use it's cilinder with the original RBA base. It works great.

The diameter of the juiceholes might not be a problem to you, but to some they are. It depends on the viscosity of your juice, power settings, frequency of your vaping etc...