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    Fogger V4 plus build

    hey can someone help me out with how I'm supposed to wick the thing without leaking?
    i have it running 28g @ 1ohm (was a headache to get to 1 ohm so it can run on my PV)
    any help would be great!!
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    This is my latest build, it's on the newer fogger but I do my other one the same. .....

    http://forums.aussievapers.com/e-cigarette-vaporization-hardware-discussion/17811-coil-pr0n-thread-post551596.html
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    so you think that covering the juice channels but not filling them is best? in my build i did similar BUT its only leaking on one side so maybe i didn't cover the juice channel correctly? i dunno
    Quote Originally Posted by laurie9300 View Post
    This is my latest build, it's on the newer fogger but I do my other one the same. .....

    The coil pr0n thread - Page 25
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    So many different versions of this tank :/

    I have the tiniest amount of wick sitting in the channel - i mean Im talking a handful of cotton fibres - but then have a bit of wick sitting up on the deck, similar to how a kayfun wick sits.
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    i mastered the fogger v2 build and had no leaks or dry burns for months!! bloody v4 is killing me!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mshagg View Post
    So many different versions of this tank :/

    I have the tiniest amount of wick sitting in the channel - i mean Im talking a handful of cotton fibres - but then have a bit of wick sitting up on the deck, similar to how a kayfun wick sits.
    What he said. Just taper your wicks and have them entering the channel about 1mm
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    thanks ill give it another try
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfnut View Post
    What he said. Just taper your wicks and have them entering the channel about 1mm
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    THANKS GUYS WORKS A TREAT NOW!!!!!
    you're all bloody legends
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    How's it working out for you, is it a genuine and if so where/how much? Tempted to pick up a black one for my sigelei box when it arrives. Seems like fasttech have both the small and large channel versions which
    require different wicking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cYcLoNe675 View Post
    How's it working out for you, is it a genuine and if so where/how much? Tempted to pick up a black one for my sigelei box when it arrives. Seems like fasttech have both the small and large channel versions which
    require different wicking.
    Got mine from Vapour Eyes. SS and Black

 

 
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