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#1 (permalink)      6/29/2020 6:54:31 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Supports 22mm / 24mm Atomizers, but 22mm is recommended?
Why is it recommended to use 22mm atomizers while the diameter is 24mm? Is the 24mm on the small side? Will some 24mm tanks not fit? I'd like to know because if i purchase i would use it with a 24mm Berserker
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Can't answer for that particular atty, but many RTAs aren't uniformly straight along their length. They may be 24mm, but something may 'bulge' slightly along their length. That's not a problem (or even noticeable) with a standard mod, but on a size-restricted Side-by-Side it would be.

On paper, your Berserker should be okay, but only if it's vertical dimensions are a uniform 24mm. Measure it along it's entire length to find out.

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It's twelve inches long, but don't use it as a rule...
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I guess because there would be no gap for airflow if, when you screwed down a 24mm RTA, the airflow was against the battery
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There's some non English videos on YouTube, 24mm fits fine
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Kamikaze702k wrote:

There's some non English videos on YouTube, 24mm fits fine


You can always put a thin plastic heat sing underneath.
https://www.fasttech.com/products/0/10048132/9628656-aolvape-replacement-heat-insulation-gasket-for

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It is uniformly straight and yes it fits a 24mm.
The only issue you may have is if the air flow will sit against the battery cover, but even in that case you may just screw in or out the atom a little. It will stay firm anyway as the base is made of plastic.

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Just received mine and it does NOT fit any of the 24mm attys I've tried so far (OG Hastur, BSKR V2, Ares V2), which is pretty annoying.

If you check the description, it specifically states < 24mm (less than) now. Not sure if that was always there, I sure missed it. I bought mine specifically for using with 24mm attys.

It seems pretty close to possible, though, I'll probably end up Dremel'ing a bit off the plastic to make it work.
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blomme wrote:

Just received mine and it does NOT fit any of the 24mm attys I've tried so far (OG Hastur, BSKR V2, Ares V2), which is pretty annoying.

If you check the description, it specifically states < 24mm (less than) now. Not sure if that was always there, I sure missed it. I bought mine specifically for using with 24mm attys.

It seems pretty close to possible, though, I'll probably end up Dremel'ing a bit off the plastic to make it work.

Yep a 24mm atty doesn't fit. The battery cage obstructs it. That section looks too thin and dremelling it may weaken it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgPDW0ZpgJU
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I took off just enough to fit a 24mm tank in there. Doesn't look pretty, but at least it's hidden by the tank. Seems rigid enough still.
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Bloome, you sanded it off so you could tell me, the plastic is dyed (coloured in the mass) or just surface painted?

Thanks in advance!
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cilika wrote:

Bloome, you sanded it off so you could tell me, the plastic is dyed (coloured in the mass) or just surface painted?

Thanks in advance!


I would say it's dyed. Might be different for the color versions, I suppose, but mine seems to be black all the way through.
Not that I went very deep, though, maybe half a millimeter at most.