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black lace

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Fair play to ya, youve got building skills, you did what you said and it certainly is different and looks like a good vaping tool.. nothing better than building your own, well done our mate..
(("Just be careful you dont get the cord wrappedvround yer neck lol":,))
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uhhhh why??lol.kool for you and whatever floats yer boat my friend...lol.not pickin on ya just couldnt get the question why out of my head.building mods has been a therapy for me for sure.just seems i always put a nick in somewhere and there goes any chance of anyone wanting to buy it..lol.i tried the FDV squoink kit and the bottles are just WAY to stiff for squonking if ya ask me.ima try an get some pics of the FDV squonkbox but i dont have the chipset wired up and solderd yet.great job again on your setup!
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Looks good! My DNA200 ammo can is still kicking around the office here somewhere and gets dragged to shows once in awhile.
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Borderline pro..
on your last post you ask ""anyone have any idears to put to it,
what im thinking is and simular look as nicks ammo box, there is a certain amount of retro style because of the leads trailing, but you still have the up/down/firing buttons and screen all cramped in like a conventional dna200, you could space them out a bit and use all manner of horn buttons rocker switches, you might even find some kind of a dial would be awsome to wind the power or temp up,, sure your enjoying being connected to your unbilical lol..
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Hey thanks for the kind words everyone!

The hose actually is quite flexible and hangs nice without taking either of the boxes off the table. 
- I am thinking about sheathing the cables to keep em together and give it a more natural flexibility. 

For the Ammo box idea: could happen... i have a yellow lighted ps3 that im taking apart to make something special so we will see how that goes...
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The best advice I can offer is to move the board into the handheld unit. Measure the voltage drop over the length of the power wire and adjust the wire gauge to be adequate. I did it this way and would honestly not recommend having the 510 wires that long if you're going for output accuracy, but hey, if it works awesome!
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