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#31 (permalink)      10/1/2021 5:48:15 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Hi Crispy,

sorry man, I did not know that.
No, that would work, believe me, with 22 mm.
Now we have a lack of specialists in this forum,
but I think, carrion is an electrical specialist,
and has some ideas how to construct it.

There is always a way, if you just want it.
#32 (permalink)      10/1/2021 6:24:32 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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carrion4worm wrote:

No, plastic mods are Tuesdays and Saturdays! This is today's gear. A Taifun 21700 mosfet tube is great for me with a .19 single Alien in the GT4 reproduction by Wejoy.

If you want a weaker hit on a mosfet, simply build higher, your hit will get progressively weaker the higher you build, in addition to natural cell depletion.

Of the Piggy back mods, I'd say the Cthulhu Hastur did it the sleekest...though the chip they used is highly suspect if users, including me, are an accurate representation. I fear trying to jam a small, inferior chip in a too small mod will lead to overheating and premature death.

On a personal note, "on crack" is a bad thing. While 50.00 mods may not interest me always, most vapers spend in this price range, so I talk about mass market products, which aren't always the best. Get your head out your ass, troepler, and stop arguing just to be contrary...

You haven't even given us an idea of a proper mod, in your mind, so who knows if you can even be taken seriously, right? Thanks for clarifying.


The mod in the middle looks very nice, looks like a side fire mod.
But the mod is heavy top loaded, difficult to use.
I would not post a picture of this poor construction.

Sorry man about the critics, but perhaps you know more
about electronics.

#33 (permalink)      10/2/2021 8:04:31 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Troepfler wrote:

But the mod is heavy top loaded, difficult to use.



Heavy top loaded? C4w setup is for beginners. This is what you call "heavy top loaded"


Edited on 10/2/2021 at 8:05 AM. Reason:
We can't agree on everything.
#34 (permalink)      10/2/2021 8:13:20 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I think he's not much for serious vape discussion - I had a SteamTuners drop kit on a GT4, which is just a normal size RTA at that point.

That thing is more top heavy than Nicki Minaj!

Let me dig a little....
What does he mean when he says words?
#35 (permalink)      10/2/2021 9:17:42 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Hiko9 wrote:

Think regular mechanical mod, but like the Atto and a couple of others, mosfet board in the top. Unlike the others, equip this with PWM to adjust duty cycleSimple adjustment, adjust duty cycle with the top cap or a little ring at the topcompact, rugged, awesome, effectively a VV mod. You could use it like a mechanical, and just coil for flat battery...why not a thing?


Old provari or it's powerful German cousin the Dani tube mod

Up (censored by PRC) creek with a 8 inch long piece of fecal matter for a paddle
#36 (permalink)      10/2/2021 11:23:50 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Ible_ wrote:



Right? A regulated 22mm tube mod ~70mm in height, replaceable 18650, simple control for voltage. I'd buy a dozen.



+15-20mm length on the 18 series cells, i'm up for 350,500,650 all of them if it's efficient
+15-20mm on the 21700s
This should be easily achievable. Think how tiny an Ego battery PCB is - early versions of it had 3.3v PWM mode. All we need is stronger MOSFETs. For me a fixed voltage would be fine, i'll just coil to it. If we could have a slight variation say the nominal output voltage is 3.1v but it can be varied between 3.0 and 3.2 in 0.01 increments that'd make it possible to retune for a slightly out coil.. even if if it was a bit of a process to do...
Give us a 2 colour LED that lights up 1 colour when firing normally, and a different colour in the last 20% of the charge say 25-45% SOC
All we need. I don't think i'd buy a dozen but maybe 5 or 6

something for 14500 too?

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The LED is perhaps the solution for VW/VV
Construction space should be perhaps smaller,
than for a screen.

Blue = minus 10 watts
Orange = minus 5 watts
Green = normal mod
Pink = plus 5 watts
........

Or by numbers: -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, +3 on the LED,
steps in watts or volts.

Fixed voltage would result in a very very small tube like the Atto.
VW/VV would need some mm more:

The Atto is 79.
With more electronics perhaps 84.
And this without bottom on/off 81 to 82.