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    WTB Smoktech RSST + mech 18650 kicked mod

    Looking for this setup

    Smoktech RSST

    Mech 22mm 18650 kicked mod

    Any suggestions / trades ?
    Last edited by gauravn4u; 08-08-13 at 04:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gauravn4u View Post
    Looking for this setup

    Smoktech RSST

    Mech 18650 kicked mod

    Any suggestions / trades ?
    contact urecia, he was thinking to sell his magneto and rsst

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    Whatchu want a kicked 18650 for with an RSST?
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    Aaoo ... my problem is this:

    I made a low ohm coil (which dont fire on siegeli zmax) .... with my RSST .. it was kinda harsh .. when used with a fresh 18650 battery.
    When I build a 2ohm approx coil it tastes better and is not that harsh.
    I tried this 2-3 times and could see the difference in the throat hit.
    Harshness is not caused due to shorts, (I checked the coil etc it was glowing evenly and all).


    I find good Mech mods with a kick (I got a roller) do so much good for performance, that I like them now over my siegeli zmax.

    Hence I am out and about for a rsst to sit with a mech 18650 kicked mod.

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    I also want to run my EFFSET 18650 batteries, they're a little bit larger in diameter ... 22mm I think.
    e.g. provari didnt fit these batteries, zmax did.
    nzonic didnt these batteries, roller did.

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    And an RSST because it has an insulator where the wick goes.

    this prevents shorts.

    I can build a fresh setup on an RSST in 10 - 15 minutes to perfect, so I've come to like this genny even over kayfun (too tight draw)

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    Hm, if you like running gennies at 10W I guess, just seems unusual for me as I tend to run them at 20W+
    You might be interested in a GP Paps with an 18800 tube.

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    Did you know that you can adjust the draw on the Kayfun? I thought, I should ask

    Quote Originally Posted by gauravn4u View Post
    And an RSST because it has an insulator where the wick goes.

    this prevents shorts.

    I can build a fresh setup on an RSST in 10 - 15 minutes to perfect, so I've come to like this genny even over kayfun (too tight draw)
    Last edited by Vinny; 08-08-13 at 04:45 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny View Post
    Did you know that you can adjust the draw on the Kayfun? I thought, I should ask
    Was going to say the same thing, unless you have the lite version, but then I heard that those are airy anyway and comparable to a 1.5mm airhole

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    @ vinny ... haha yup
    I setup ur kayfun ... took the screw out completly, it still is a bit too tight for me.

 

 
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