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Terminator c V2
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Terminator c V2
Can someone tell me if the terminator c v2 has the gap on the 510 when fitted to a flat top mod. ThanksThumbs Up

02/06/13 06:52 PM
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RE: Terminator c V2
(02/06/13 06:52 PM)fluidjuice Wrote:  Can someone tell me if the terminator c v2 has the gap on the 510 when fitted to a flat top mod. ThanksThumbs Up

My nemmy isn't here yet Sad

But I would assume there is a very small gap.

1. Because in Todds review he said it would drive you crazy if you hate gaps.

2. On the 510 connector, there's the threading, then theres a slight ring around the threading, THEN the flat surface to the bottom cap. So yes there'll be a tiny gap.

02/06/13 06:55 PM
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Thanks budThumbs Up

02/06/13 06:59 PM
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Terminator c V2
If the tiny gap really bothers you, aslong as you're careful I'm sure you could shave the ring off with a handheld lathe tool.

02/06/13 07:09 PM
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(02/06/13 07:09 PM)PlantFood Wrote:  If the tiny gap really bothers you, aslong as you're careful I'm sure you could shave the ring off with a handheld lathe tool.

problem with doing that is you could end up suffocating the airflow depending on what mod its gonna sit on
02/06/13 07:12 PM
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was thinking of trying one with my nemesis, how do you find the Vape?

02/06/13 07:14 PM
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(02/06/13 07:14 PM)fluidjuice Wrote:  was thinking of trying one with my nemesis, how do you find the Vape?

great vape!

the neme has a recess anyway and air control (from memory)

So should sit Flush on that!
02/06/13 07:18 PM
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RE: Terminator c V2
It depends on the flat top mate. In this pic you'll see that the top cap has grooves cut in both the cap and the 510 connection so it will sit flush.

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02/06/13 07:20 PM
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I've given up using my Terminator on my roller because even with the bloody gap the air flow was crap unless you used the raised 510 connector which made matters even worse. I think you need a mod with adjustable airflow really. It's a shame as other than the aesthetics issues its a really good atty once you get over the steep learning curve.

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mmmm very tempting, might have to put out a WTB..........30

(02/06/13 07:20 PM)Trojan Wrote:  I've given up using my Terminator on my roller because even with the bloody gap the air flow was crap unless you used the raised 510 connector which made matters even worse. I think you need a mod with adjustable airflow really. It's a shame as other than the aesthetics issues its a really good atty once you get over the steep learning curve.
Ive got me nemesis with adjustable airflow so hopefully it should sit flat and get enough air.

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02/06/13 07:24 PM
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