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#1 (permalink)      1/10/2021 4:05:33 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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philipvdb
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I found this to be very restricted so i hardly used it. I drilled out the airholes and now i can hardly put it down. I'm interested to know what builds you use in this. Inner diameter, gauge etc...

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#2 (permalink)      1/10/2021 8:28:11 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I use these SKU 9655072 and these SKU 9677539. The latter are now discontinued here but still available elsewhere.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgPDW0ZpgJU
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Whatever the coil you put on, go for 3.5mm or even 4mm ID. This is the kind of atomizer where the coil diameter makes a significant difference in terms of performance.
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For me, it's about finding the right diameter and height of the coil.
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This atty in general (dont have this version, but I assume airflow is close to 1:1) can take a 3.5mm coil, and larger, though I like a little room for air to move. Then i make the top of the coil even with the top of the posts.

So, how much larger did you make the airflow? Did you drill one side? Both?

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Both.1 side 5/64, other side 3/32. Now it makes me think of an aerier orchid.
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Can you post pics of your mod? I like this but would like more air as well!!
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I just got mine in the mail and I have 2 issues...it seems like the juice flow control is really tight and hard to turn...it got a little better after I put some juice in the tank but I'm assuming it gets looser as I use it more?

2nd, does the glass separate from the bell part? It's shown totally disassembled in the product pictures, but I can not take it apart for some reason.
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You have to remove the juice flow control and lube the o-ring on the deck/base. When screwing the tank back on don't over tighten it or you won't be able to turn the jfc. The tank screws off from the bell part/chimney.

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how do you remove the juice flow control? I took it apart to clean it but I didn't see how to do that.
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how do you remove the juice flow control? I took it apart to clean it but I didn't see how to do that.