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#11 (permalink)      1/14/2014 4:30:03 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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that's a kayfun lite, why would it need driptip adaptor?
#12 (permalink)      1/14/2014 4:30:05 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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that's a kayfun lite, why would it need driptip adaptor?
#13 (permalink)      2/13/2014 1:02:21 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I had the same problem with the threads not catching. Seems to be a different type of thread, as the adapter has a finer thread than the Kayfun 3.1.
#14 (permalink)      3/6/2014 4:04:48 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The drip tip adapter and the tank both do not fit my kayfun. What sku# does this fit?
#15 (permalink)      4/9/2014 12:04:15 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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chromeheart for the Russian...

The internal diameter of the drip tip (aka mouth piece)on the Russian is a bit small (as it appears in the photo), even a slight increase in the diameter could allow for more air flow and an easier draw. I get headaches if the draw is too hard. So an adapter would allow those of us who prefer and easier draw the option of just using one of our other drip tips without having to drill out the original Russian mouth piece. It is the same for the Kayfun, the diameter of the mouth piece at the tip is only 5/64 of an inch, where my preferred drip tip diameter is 5/32 all the way thru the tip. That is way bigger and allows for a lot more air flow, only to be restricted by the air inlet, and air channel "center tube" size. The air flow can be restricted at any point along the path of flow. The trick is to figure out where and see if you can modify it. The easiest fix is the drip tip.

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