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scottkoblitz

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Yes, the Evolv is larger and you can enlarge the hole and tap to the correct thread, the 4 holes in the top are really for a pin wrench although you could use them to bolt it down

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Is the evolv as deep or deeper then the standard fdv models. I have a new ceramic fdv and it's really shallow. My tugboat v2 doesn't sit flush on it and that's a pet peeve of mine. If it's not at least as deep as the standard fdv v4 or whatever the last version before the new ceramic ones was then I'd probably not even bother upgrading it.
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The Evolv is a lot shallower than the standard FDV or VT connector, the top is about 3 mm and the part the goes into the mod less than 8 mm.



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The thread is 1/2"-20 threads (1/2" National Fine Thread) and requires a 29/64 hole if you tap it, or a 1/2" hole,  Pin wrench 1 5/8", 4.2 1/6" mm 0.16" pins 2.36 mm inner

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The Evolv is a lot shallower than the standard FDV or VT connector, the top is about 3 mm and the part the goes into the mod less than 8 mm.



Evolv 510
The thread is 1/2"-20 threads (1/2" National Fine Thread) and requires a 29/64 hole if you tap it, or a 1/2" hole,  Pin wrench 1 5/8", 4.2 1/6" mm 0.16" pins 2.36 mm inner
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What I'm concerned about is how long of 510 pins will it accept. Do you find that atomizers with long 510 pins won't sit flat?
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I have never had a problem with them, but I don't think any of the atties I use are over long.  Pushing a vernier into it I get at least 5.3 mm depth, but I'm sure it would be more as the spring is so strong and the vernier depth bar is not.
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Got another question. While vaping in my car with it plugged in because it's 100 degrees outside it said warranty service? Anyone ever seen that? It wouldn't fire until I unplugged it.
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Got another question. While vaping in my car with it plugged in because it's 100 degrees outside it said warranty service? Anyone ever seen that? It wouldn't fire until I unplugged it.
careful with charging mods in the car. sometimes those cheap gas station car usb adapters have a dirty output signal and the dna 200 doesn't like it. i had the same thing happen to me with my VS dna 200. however, the reason mine flashed the warranty service message was because the usb cable i had inside the car was damaged/shorted. use a new or different usb cable. throw out the one that gave you that error. ambient air temp will not cause the warranty service message. 

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careful with charging mods in the car. sometimes those cheap gas station car usb adapters have a dirty output signal and the dna 200 doesn't like it. i had the same thing happen to me with my VS dna 200. however, the reason mine flashed the warranty service message was because the usb cable i had inside the car was damaged/shorted. use a new or different usb cable. throw out the one that gave you that error. ambient air temp will not cause the warranty service message. 

Just examined the USB cable and sure enough the end is kinked and feels like it's damaged. I did get this USB part for like $4.00 too so hopefully one or those 2 things is all it is. I already had to send 1 board in (not this one but the first MOD I built was either doa or I fried the fire button somehow). Anyways I appreciate all your help.
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