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YIHI SX300 30w box mods v1 and v2

Discussion in 'All Things Mod Making' started by sampit, Apr 26, 2014.

  1. sampit

    sampit Postman

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    Thought I would show you my YIHI 30W mod build
    very happy with it, vapes like a train, and this is my first ever build
    two more to build now.
    Thanks to Big Dog for the 10ml of squid ink supplied to try out for its maiden burn, ymmmmmmmmmmmm.
     

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  2. Duffloop

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    lookin good

    can we see its guts?
     
  3. Petebigmatch

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    Very nice looking mod,have you tried the DNA 30 (just for comparison) to vape on
    just curious of how it performs, can I ask where did you get it from and how much?
    also is this the gravity censor chip,how does that perform?
    looks really interesting
    cracking work,keep up the good work
    all the best
    pete
     
  4. robski

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    Good looking mod - I'm a big fan of the carbon fibre look and it works well with the aluminium.
    I'd also like to see the insides and how the top looks without the atty! The finishing of the top around the 510 connection is where I'm struggling for ideas. I'd like something quite flush but I want 'something' there.... if you know what I mean?
    R
     
  5. sampit

    sampit Postman

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    This is the mark 2 YIHI SX300 tin mod i have made up today, mainly for home use as shes a bit of a big girl, still a bit more to do but
    this one is carrying two lightweight 30c cells 2250 x 2 total 4500mAh lipos
    I could get in another cell to make it 6750mAh but i didnt bother
    4500 mAh should last me a few days.
    These IMO are great boards, no messy wiring needed thanks to the built in gyro, dead easy to use and adjust settings.
     

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