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Thread: Reo catch cup o ring?

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    Reo catch cup o ring?

    To all you Reo users,

    Just wondering is it 'a need to use' the o-ring when using an RBA on the Reo? Using the ERA and i have used it with and without the o-ring. I can't tell if i am getting a better vape with or without. I use it more just in case if i push the post in the Reo too far. But i remember on the ERA 1.5 they shortened the 510 connector so it doesn't damage the Reo in any way.

    So is the o-ring a must use still in the Reo with the ERA or with any other topper that has a standard 510 connector (standard meaning its not too long)

    I can twist the ERA down a little further (about 1/8 a turn) further without the o-ring. Dunno if its damaging the Reo. I have yet to kill a mod (since the vmax) by over tightening (but that thing was dodgy anyway).

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    Pretty sure it is just so you can adjust where the hole on the RBA is.


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    thanks bart. Yeah i been playing around with it, without the o-ring i seem to be getting warmer vape (maybe making better connection?) but with the o-ring, i cranked it down a bit harder (its still not as far in as it would be without the o-ring) and it seems a to be the same warmth (it was almost 1/4 turn less before with the o-ring compared to no o-ring). It might be in my head i dunno! :S



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    I think the o-ring is to stop the juice going into the catch cup and also gives you a better seal. You have to remember you have a airhole on the top cap unlike attys that draw air from the 2 side holes on the 510 connector. Those 2 side airholes also feed the Atty juices from the juice cup? Or the juice drains back into the REO bottle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckane View Post
    I think the o-ring is to stop the juice going into the catch cup and also gives you a better seal. You have to remember you have a airhole on the top cap unlike attys that draw air from the 2 side holes on the 510 connector. Those 2 side airholes also feed the Atty juices from the juice cup? Or the juice drains back into the REO bottle.
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