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Catharsis70

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Ok so the newer Supertanks come with a tiny bit longer 510 pin. Also these tanks sometimes arent fully pressed together .... the base that is....increasing the distance between contact points. These two corrections and its steady on resistance. No more fluctuations taking readings. I was on the right track trying to bring the coil pin down and stiffen the 510 pin. close the distance.
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Originally Posted by Catharsis70
Ok so the newer Supertanks come with a tiny bit longer 510 pin. Also these tanks sometimes arent fully pressed together .... the base that is....increasing the distance between contact points. These two corrections and its steady on resistance. No more fluctuations taking readings. I was on the right track trying to bring the coil pin down and stiffen the 510 pin. close the distance.



You were absolutely on the right track, floating pins on atty's have been causing quite a few folks problems lately...good to hear they have addressed the issue...[thumb]
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Mod resistance should be set from factory.....or i mean to say Mods from lost vape should be tuned..each one of them and then stated in the manual say that this very mod has been well tuned...that way people like us don't have to guess weather it's off or on should i play with it? or not?.....I also hate looking at my screen and it shows me coil of .21...when i know it's a .20..that right there fks me off...and yet i should'nt change it cause one might fk up the TC on the thing...either way your fked
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Also would love to see the information stay on screen untill the next fire...such as the volts and amps...but no!..you have to hold fire button down to get a jumping volts and amps...even joyetech and others give you 1 second to read that fire value before it disapears
bgarren

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A copper shorting pin, (510 threaded with a little bulge on top to unscrew/screw it in) and observing resistance change while fully compressed, and what happens as you extrude it. A good reading can be taken as the shorting pin is inserted fully, you just want to make sure it doesn't vary too much while doing so.
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