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#41 (permalink)      10/26/2020 8:09:13 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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#42 (permalink)      12/7/2020 6:10:33 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Just received the sxk version the air disk holes are not 0.6mm,i have a load off kanthal,could only get 0.45mm piece of kanthal through the holes,so not as advertised,maybe gives a 1mm draw. I also have the ultom version holes in air disk are the correct size.The ulton version is far superior in my opinion.Also the sxk imperia was not the best quality i think sxk quality is not what it once was
#43 (permalink)      12/12/2020 3:48:53 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The hole under the coil is also 2mm on this version.Just got a 2mm coiling rod throu the hole
#44 (permalink)      12/13/2020 1:10:46 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Kind of a late discovery, but if anyone has the SXK and the "6*0.6mm" air disk is just a bit too tight (I agree that it's ~1mm draw) and the "6*0.8mm" disk is too loose, you can take the latter and tape up a number of the holes to achieve a more preferable draw. I'd say three holes exposed is ~1.2mm, four exposed should be ~1.4mm. Five might be 1.5mm to 1.6mm, and for two you'd be better off just using the so-called "6*.06mm" disk.

Disregarding any claims of airflow wizardry in the design of the atomizer, it kind of sounds from starman112 like the "0.6mm" holes of the SXK clone are .45mm-0.5mm, and from my experience the "0.8mm" works out to ~0.7mm.

You could do it on the top of the disk too, but the tape could come between the disk and the screw that's supposed to touch it.


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