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#1 (permalink)      4/13/2016 5:24:51 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Switch?
What material is the switch made of?

Also, if any one knows, any other mod switches that fit/share threading?


Double also, lol, for those who own a phantus how restrictive is the airflow when a 22mm rta is IN the mod?
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It looks and feels SS. (I've got the brass one tho)
Don't think there's any other switch you could use with (as far as I know) it as it's reverse threaded.
I find the airflow very little restrictive, not at all disturbing for me but we have probably different liking. (remembering your drilling session)*
0 if the air hole falls on the good side ;) however been using it mostly with taifun V2 (23mm) w/o their AFC sleeve where I wanted some restriction.

Just tried a couple of attys, the only neg. remark that the monster was a bit noisier in it.


Ha thanks Skeeets for making to take it in hands! It's been a moment I haven't given some care to mine ;)
*my bad, it was for the juice flow...

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Skeeeets wrote:

What material is the switch made of?Also, if any one knows, any other mod switches that fit/share threading?Double also, lol, for those who own a phantus how restrictive is the airflow when a 22mm rta is IN the mod?



Skeeeets, if you get one of these post a mini review. I've had one in my wish list for a while. I really like my Microstick, the only complaint I've heard about these is how friggin heavy they are. More like a weapon then a mod :)

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Thanks for the info :)

When you mention

"only neg. remark that the monster was a bit noisier in it."


we're you talking about the kayfun monster?

That would probably be the atty I keep glued to this mod. And would be nice to know if it restricts airflow at all.

Anywho, the brass version is in the cart. I like the looks of this ss version but it's more heavy, and I'm not a mech guy but have to assume it has more voltage drop too?


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we're you talking about the kayfun monster?


The one which came with the slam cap. But anyway when I use it with big tank it whistles slightly. My Reload and the other four holed monster are completely fine in it.

@fucitol: Don't worry, it's such a nice thing, you'll forget about that it weights ;)

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There is a slight restriction but nothing flagrant. Nothing like cutting in half the air-flow.
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Is that black nob "lanyard" thingy removable? Lol otherwise I'll just sand it flush.

Thinking more, I might just grab the ss one anyways and sand off all the logos.
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Is that black nob "lanyard" thingy removable? Lol otherwise I'll just sand it flush.

It is removable. I've already lost it....(about the second day)


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I threw my chtulhu in it maybe 20 min. ago. At .38ohm. Nothing gets worm, but it sucked half out already the life from the bat :)

Normally I used it with around .8-1ohm, it's perfect. No isea about V drop with the SS but the brass one hits well enough.

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With the Munser ;)

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@Skeeets: I had had some plans too to sand it down, to round it etc. but as already having a shit load of de-logoed no name gears, this one just felt like to leave it as it was. No sharp edges by the way. When it gets some patina from certain angles you can't even see the logos. But it's up to you.