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  1. #1
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    Vamo V4 SS + kanger protank II Super tight draw

    Hi,
    I have just started vaping yay. My last cigarette was yesterday evening and I hope I can keep it that way. So I have bought myself this vamo v4 and protank 2 but as long as I screw the tank all the way in I am getting no air flow. Like nothing. Only way I can vape now is loosen it. It is just too loose for my liking. Anyone can help me with this? Thanks first

  2. #2
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    I need to keep mine slightly loose also.

    just the way it is.
    the holes are on the threads, try line them will the small slots at the top of the vamo threads

  3. #3
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    You have a few options, some which are;
    • Remove the top cap, exposing the airholes on the Pootank
    • Install an airflow controller, such as the one from Steam-e-cigss
    • cut a small groove(s) in the top cap of the Vamo
    • Get a different atomiser with inbuilt air flow grooves/slots/holes/wormhole

    Leaving the tank loose is an option, but it's generally not a good idea for physical security and thread longevity.


  4. #4
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    Remove top cap?

    Dont know how loose you mean op. But mine is firm. It doesnt spin on and off without me doing it intentionally. But if I really tighten it down onto my mod body ( with adjustable pin) it gets a tight draw.

    you dont want to overtighten in a vamo, as youl push the centre pin down

  5. #5
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    Get a 1.5mm drill bit and drill one of the airholes

 

 

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