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#1 (permalink)      11/18/2016 3:24:37 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Vertical coils?
Guessing this is for vertical builds?
What's the top screw for?
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Judging by the holes on the inner part of the tank (pic 4) it's a fill screw..

would make sense..
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#3 (permalink)      11/18/2016 4:18:35 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Looks interesting, going in the Wishlist!
Hopefully ijoy makes a imc deck of this as well, looks flavourful.
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Por favor Fasttech, afirmar o negar si el tornillo superior es el de llenado, gracias
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I have the original Asmodus Triad atty that this is based on and I love it. The only issues are it's tank is too small - three coils can be rather thirsty and drink up 2ml of juice very quickly - and that filling can be fiddly/messy if the spout of your juice bottle is bigger than 3mm dia. Building the three vertival coils is easy on the deck.
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Corpsebutter wrote:

Guessing this is for vertical builds? What's the top screw for?


Definitely vertical.
Looks like the top screw holds the deck in place, and makes a connection to the center 510 screw / pin.
Genesis styled refers to the type of wicking. Most common being stainless steel mesh rolled up with the coil wrapped around the mesh. Also steel cable and ceramic wicks.
I have a old rda like that, not genesis style for 2 vertical coils. Worked great


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just found out from the other thread that the top screw is for filling and the deck is secured by the center pole.
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You can also wick with cotton, or your choice of obsorbing material. Just make some vertical microcoils. Don't know if any of the holes can be blocked, but could be closed off with a ball of cotton, or bits of wood matches...or even a tip off a golf tee if they're really big...the holes I mean!
More than most, less than few...And way too much to ever fit here...
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There's plugs that block off wick holes and airflow, Mike vapes covers it well on youtube (authentic not clone) but both are in the photo so hopefully they are included.
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it is genesis tank and can be wicked with steel net