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Thread: Modded Reo Grand Beryllium Copper, Voltage drop majorly solved

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by studiovape View Post
    Thanks for changing the spelling in the title mate.
    always a pleasure to be of service Bernie
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  2. #12
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    Best use of a Trustfire charger ..... EVER !!!!

    ( see they are good for something )
    Heh yeah, didn't have a problem with it until I noticed that the batteries were not being fully charged (at least that's what my other charger reckoned - who to believe lol) - but once I saw she contained copper, yarrr that was it - plunder that booty =P

    Cool mate, glad you got some use out of the thread.
    1v is a huge improvement under load hey?
    Just be aware as I keep being reminded that your Reo now has no active hotspring, and a short will lead to battery meltdown.
    I take this risk on everyone of my mods, but there is a thread on Ecf where they have used 10amp mini auto fuses to make the battery terminal with no addition of voltage drop.
    Hmmm might have to check those out - always cautious of my battery state and I guess a lot of mech mods (i.e. tubes) are susceptible in this way but defiantly more room for error with the type of switch assembly + all conductive body of the Reo.

    Another quality nugget of info from studio the innovator, creator of the gennie flow screw, SicKMod and Reo enabler.

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