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Airflow Question

Post by UserX on Tue Apr 23, 2013 11:59 am

Hello Everyone.
I am looking for some advice. I am trying to find a good method to adjust the airflow on a couple devices. I have a cheap Smoktech DCT tank that a get a ton of airflow on and a couple iClear 30 tanks that I get very little air flow.

Anyone know of any tricks to decrease the air flow on a Cartomizer and increase the flow on a Clearomizer?

P.S.
I am currently using an Ego pass-through mod with a collar.

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Re: Airflow Question

Post by Shawn AzIrish on Wed Apr 24, 2013 10:54 pm

I believe you will find two holes at the bottom of your 510 connection, try plugging one of the holes. Or I would say get everything nice and tight and find where you are getting the air from and use your finger/s to preferred airflow. Then plug those gaps with wax. If it's in spots you will not mess up threading might add a little bit of JB Weld.

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Re: Airflow Question

Post by UserX on Thu Apr 25, 2013 12:02 am

Thank you, Ill give it a shot.

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Re: Airflow Question

Post by Stew5150 on Tue Apr 30, 2013 11:41 pm

Toothpick works well for a temporary fix as well.

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Re: Airflow Question

Post by arvidx on Thu May 02, 2013 5:59 pm

Good tips on the carto tank, hopefully that will catch it for you. If it doesn't give us a pic if you can, of the specific tank so we can see how the air flow works.

On the iClear, I have one here and yes the air flow is... just enough. The problem here will be where that limitation is coming from. Take your iClear off the power source and suck through it... if its the same hard draw, then see the pic below for the culprit. If the draw is easier once you remove it, then the actual passthru or whatever you have it on is part of the culprit and there may be ways to deal with that.

As for the iClear itself, the reason it has such a hard pull is due to the center positive pin seen below. a crafty person might drill that out


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Re: Airflow Question

Post by PKJ on Tue May 21, 2013 5:49 pm

I have an air flow adapter. Don't remember where I picked it up. Will bring it along and let you take it for a test drive. It might be an easy solution for you.

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