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« on: July 23, 2012, 10:46:28 PM »

Any ideas of which cartomize3r to use for vg juice on the ego setup.

After going back to my ecopure rich my face is not tingling anymore like it was on pg juices, so i think it would be safer to use 100% vg.

I bought dct's but no joy with constant refilling from tank.

would the ce2,3,4 or tankomizers work ok?

any help would be great, i want to get off the intellicig and dripping wont last too long especially when working i llok like a junky lol


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Re: vg carts
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2012, 12:04:15 AM »

A lot of clearomizers and and tankomizers are really fussy when high ratios of VG are used..............

But if you use a boge in a Arry tank or Lil Mama tank you just need to pierce two holes in the boge and it wicks fine.   ;D


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« Reply #2 on: July 24, 2012, 01:49:28 AM »

I use 16% pg the rest is VG and found it to be a bit thick so I diluted my VG down with 10% alcohol before adding my pg based nicotine that made it wick a lot better I think you can substitute the alcohol with distiled/dionised water too I use DCTs vision egos and nova tanks and they all work really well now but with the alcohol it evaporates of fast in the ce2 types so at the end of a tank it can be a little thick so you have to tip it to coat the wicks



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Re: vg carts
« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2012, 11:19:04 AM »

100% VG is really thick and you will probably notice a significant reduction in the lifetime of your cartos.

Have you tried a mix of, say, 50/50 or 60/40? This might be OK for your 'tingling' problem and is a lot thinner than 100% VG. Or maybe Sushiboys suggestion.

You could also consider a rebuildable setup. Expensive to start with, but if you are using a high VG content you'll probably get your money back in double quick time.

I have ordered one of these 14 quid repairables -
which should arrive this week so will put up a comment on how I get on.

Goog luck!
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