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Thread: KangerNoVaStein

  1. #1
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    Dec 2012
    Quakers Hill NSW


    Ok I wanted one of those SS kangerpro tank shells made in the USA, So I added one to the cart and clicked shipping and it was over $50 for a single SS shell, no base plate, no coil, just the shell. So then I could not justify paying that much. SO I did the next best thing, and probably better
    I made my own. I took apart a kanger T3S and a metal Vivi-nova tank.
    these are the steps
    1 grind off the 510 base
    2 drill a 10-11 mm hole in the base, 10mm is too small but I just over bored it and it worked.
    3 grind the T3S metal tube down
    4 screw the t3S base to the vivi-nova
    5 push the T3S tube into the top of the vivi-nova top head.
    6 screw the top to the tube,
    7 fill from the bottom and screw on the base with the T3S attached

    Now the questions
    Q: Does it leak?
    A: No

    Q: How does it vape
    A: No gurgling, tons of vapor, Perfect

    Q: What are the advanges.
    A: Its better than a vivi-nova because you no long need the top rubber gasket, You can vape anything in it, citrus etc. Its the best of 2 tanks. I saved $50

    Q: How long did it take to build
    A: Around 20 mins

    Plus it uses protank coils.
    just awesome vapes like a dream.

    Last edited by aussievapes; 29-06-13 at 08:51 PM.
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  2. #2
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    Dec 2012
    Quakers Hill NSW
    oh ya I had to drill the T3S airhole with a 1.5mm drill bit that I purchased at bunnings.
    Also I had to compress the T3S base into the 10-11mm hole in the vivi-nova base using a vice.



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