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Thread: Squape[R] New Deck (type D)

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    Squape[R] New Deck (type D)

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    interesting.
    Might have to put my squape in the freezer to see if I can get the damn build deck out

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    well that seems to be a easy way to get it out. Nice, thanks for that

    took me about 20 mins the first time and a LOT of cussing

    10min freezer trick helped a lot last time, but that was about 150-200ml of juice ago. So it's probably gonna need something like that to get it out

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    Just ordered a B deck, very interested to see how it goes with a nickel build

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    Has anyone tried making ceramic decks yet ?

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    no idea on ceramics, but they could work well. As long as the tolerances were a bit for forgiving, otherwise I would break them each time I removed them

    B deck arrived and is performing nicely.
    I did have one minor flooding but that was due to running the nickel up too high in temp at the start finding a sweet spot. The heat sagged the coil and caused the coil to touch the airflow, but quick fix and now it's going great

 

 

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