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Welp, I definitely invested in something more fancy.

Grace wanted one so I just told her to pay me what I paid for my first one. I reinvested in this guy.

Hammer Mod Clone and a Smok Trophy v2 tank. So much better. It hits like a truck and has tons more flavor.
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Speaking as a fellow vaper, WTF exactly is that thing. I've never seen that type of MOD before. I'm vaping a Sigelei ZMAX 3 with a Kanger Protank Mini 2 clearomizer with a 1.8 ohm wick. I'm loving the ZMAX and Kanger clearomizer combo by the way

Edited by DigitalFreak - 1/27/14 at 10:29am
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Speaking as a fellow vaper, WTF exactly is that thing. I've never seen that type of MOD before. I'm vaping a Sigelei ZMAX 3 with a Kanger Protank Mini 2 clearomizer with a 1.8 ohm wick. I'm loving the ZMAX and Kanger clearomizer combo by the way

It's derivitive of a pipe mod, but obviously looks like a hammer.

It's a mechanical mod (analog nerd here) so it's straight 3.7 all the time. It looks best with an 18350 battery, but has extension tubes to fit larger batteries. It looks so stupid with bigger batteries though.

I have a Smok Magneto as well, but it doesn't hit nearly as hard and is less conveinient to carry at work.

I'm planning on buffing off the corny stamped on designs and get it engraved. It's just a big block of steel, after all.
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

It's derivitive of a pipe mod, but obviously looks like a hammer.

It's a mechanical mod (analog nerd here) so it's straight 3.7 all the time. It looks best with an 18350 battery, but has extension tubes to fit larger batteries. It looks so stupid with bigger batteries though.

I have a Smok Magneto as well, but it doesn't hit nearly as hard and is less conveinient to carry at work.

I'm planning on buffing off the corny stamped on designs and get it engraved. It's just a big block of steel, after all.

You should look into dripping. Great hit and you get the maximum taste from your fluids. I find it quite relaxing listening to tunes on my headphones while dripping.
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bought admission ticket to the drag strip.  Got some times out of the ride.  Street tires = bad idea lol.  Squeel 1-2 shift, chirp 2-3 shift...I have to go back with drag radials or slicks.  Fun times though in the Vette.

 

8.0sec @ 95mph

12.1sec @ 121mph

 

Clicky clicky :popcorn:

 

 


Edited by N0sferatu - 1/28/14 at 8:10am
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You should look into dripping. Great hit and you get the maximum taste from your fluids. I find it quite relaxing listening to tunes on my headphones while dripping.

Yeah I'm trying to avoid 2 things with these. Dripping, and VV mods.

They both up the price (dripping less so though), and VV mods come with a whole other set of variables.

I'm sure I won't avoid either for long though. smily_headphones1.gif
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bought admission ticket to the drag strip.  Got some times out of the ride.  Street tires = bad idea lol.  Squeel 1-2 shift, chirp 2-3 shift...I have to go back with drag radials or slicks.  Fun times though in the Vette.

 

8.0sec @ 95mph

12.1sec @ 121mph

 

Clicky clicky :popcorn:

 

 

 

Wow impressive 1/8 and 1/4 mile et's, Can't wait to do some racing at our local dragstrip as soon as the weather gets better. Yeah it's difficult to get street tires to hook even on a prepped track, drag radials would do the trick and it seems to be the type of tires everyone runs in a street driven car to try and cut low et's.


Edited by warubozu - 1/29/14 at 10:45am
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Delicious glass. I love the results this gives. Enjoy it!
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Taylor GS Mini Mahogany to go with my T5.

 

 


Edited by raymondlin - 1/29/14 at 5:42pm
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My latest is the one in the middle. Montblanc Masterpiece 644G from about 1954-56. It's been restored.
The other two are 146s, both have got some nib work done. All came back this week.
And now my parents hate me, for spending so much on these "useless" things...and they don't even know the real prices...:ph34r:
 

 


Edited by attika89 - 1/29/14 at 1:46pm
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Yamaha THR10.

 

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How do you like the yamaha?

 

Also what guitars are you running through it?

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@jackskelly Who are you going to be cheering for? O.O

 

@attika89 Nice collection man. Where did you get your Montblancs at?

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How do you like the yamaha?

Also what guitars are you running through it?

It's great, it can do lots and lots of sounds, I suck but I can make myself sound like a rock star without deafening the neighbours.

I'm running a T5 through it.
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