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#31 (permalink)      12/3/2017 3:51:05 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Tanny wrote:

SwoeMesto usually gives out the Inside Diameter of the Orings on their diagrams if I am not mistaken ......


I think you're right. I added OD sizes to that post on the pevious page after i found out a few other sizes were ID's too when changing them.


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ernye wrote:

Tanny wrote:SwoeMesto usually gives out the Inside Diameter of the Orings on their diagrams if I am not mistaken ......I think you're right. I added OD sizes to that post on the pevious page after i found out a few other sizes were ID's too when changing them.



Excellent Job ernye !
By the way, did you realise, 13*1 O-ring is available only in red colour. Does it have anything to do with unlucky '13' ? !!! lol

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Nah ! Just saw your post... 13*1 is in Black as well..... 😂
#34 (permalink)      12/4/2017 5:41:38 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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do you flood the coil after filling? it seems the juice control is not seal the chamber when you close it to refill!
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Someone has said that about the SXK version as well, moayad. The generic one I got is fine, but probably not quite the same finish quality as the SXK and YTFK versions.

I had to fiddle a bit with the 510 pin and fabricate a little grommet out of some heat shrink and also use an o-ring to raise the pin out a bit. The screw also needed to be polished a bit to knock off the edges which were scratching the battery tops while on a hybrid mech.

Otherwise, it vapes perfectly and closes off the liquid completely - no leaking or seeping.

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@Moayad... If everything is fine, there is no question of flooding your coil.
Assuming that your seals are all ok, I have 2 simple questions for you before any conclusions.
1) How much cotton are you using ?
2) How soon are you opening up the juice control and how much ?
#37 (permalink)      12/5/2017 3:07:46 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Tanny wrote:

@Moayad... If everything is fine, there is no question of flooding your coil.
Assuming that your seals are all ok, I have 2 simple questions for you before any conclusions.
1) How much cotton are you using ?
2) How soon are you opening up the juice control and how much ?


Relaxed cotton not compressed, and the flooding happens before opening the juice control, I have to take some puffs to reduce the excessive juice

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Now, this definitely suggests that the juice control is faulty as rightly noticed by you..
You can try this out : take out the o-rings and without any juice , screw and unscrew the deck many a times. Use a little high vg ejuice on the threads. May be the threads on your atty are crunchy and the chamber is not completely sealing with the base.. This could help free the threads and the chamber start sealing with the base. Once free, put on the orings and give it a try again. Best of luck 👍🏼
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wuwei.ap wrote:

Someone has said that about the SXK version as well, moayad. The generic one I got is fine, but probably not quite the same finish quality as the SXK and YTFK versions.I had to fiddle a bit with the 510 pin and fabricate a little grommet out of some heat shrink and also use an o-ring to raise the pin out a bit. The screw also needed to be polished a bit to knock off the edges which were scratching the battery tops while on a hybrid mech.Otherwise, it vapes perfectly and closes off the liquid completely - no leaking or seeping.



This V5 insulator SKU 9600200 works on Prime also.

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Submoa wrote:

This V5 insulator SKU 9600200 works on Prime also.



Yeah, I'm about to find out if, SKU 9600400 is the right or wrong one. There's a thread in each one that says the opposite thing. If not, I'll order SKU 9600200.

#41 (permalink)      12/14/2017 11:56:36 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I got this yesterday and so far I'm happy with it.

Machining good, threads good.

Airflow is very versatile. 1 dot seems to be even a little tighter than the Berserker on its tightest setting. 4 dots is slightly tighter than the Berserker fully open, 5 dots slightly looser. 6 dots gets rather loose, but still a comfortable MTL draw. I've been running it on 4 and 5, not quite sure yet which one I like better.

If you get this, fully disassemble and clean it first. Especially the part inside the base had a machine oil smell to it.

Will be refilling it later in the evening (I only vape ~2ml per day and I've now got five tanks in rotation) and report if I got flooding.