Tried to rep you, but out of juice for you I guess... Need to spread the love.
I haven't figured the atomizer part out yet - how often am I supposed to be cleaning/replacing these? I have been using (mainly) the iClear 30 for about 6 weeks or so, and if I change flavors, I rinse everything down... I keep hearing about replacements, and see that the replacement is super cheap - however, I don't notice a difference between new and now. Is it a set period of time I need to replace this thing, or are you going by taste? Is it just that over time it will start getting hard to "breathe" the vapor (clogged)?
Curious for your feedback, you sound like you have been using one much longer. BTW - you should get the iClear 30, it gets great reviews - and to be honest, the stock ones that came with the VV are not even close (in terms of thick vapor - and even taste). The only thing I don't like is the swivel head, but am guessing it could be replaced if it started to drive me nuts.
The replacement intervals for the atomizer can depend on a variety of factors. Some juices will wear down a coil faster than others. The voltage you vape at also plays a part, as well as how much you vape. I go by taste and performance. Sometimes the taste will take on a slightly acrid, metallicy flavor after 1.5-2 weeks. Sometimes I can go for 2 full weeks with no change. The vapor production also starts to decline for me. I have a multimeter that I use to check the resistance of the atty. I notice that that the resistance will increase slightly over time (higher resistance=less power to your coil=lower vape quality). Like I said, the time interval varies based on several factors. If it tastes fine and the vape is satisfying then I dont see a reason to change it. "
The N54 community will like to see 1/4 miles times and dynos numbers . Its easy to get dyno numbers but very hard for some reason to get 1/4 miles times and this is what matters the most. I hope the cP-e team will do both when time comes for the official launch "
Dinan did make a stroker kit for it. It's like 27k for it with a 20k core charge. I'd take the Stroker Crank, Due my own pistons and stuff and do a low compression build and slap that puppy on there. Plus Sleeves and Stage 3 heads from VAC it'd be no problem with 1000whp and all that torque!
Yeah I remember that. A couple other companies did as well, for less than what Dinan wanted if I recall. That would definitely be the way to go, either that or just full built from all VAC parts. You'd have potential for way over 1000 whp for sure Damn I'm getting all excited just thinking of this. "
However, it would seem that a built S85 has almost unlimited potential, within reason.
Dinan did make a stroker kit for it. It's like 27k for it with a 20k core charge. I'd take the Stroker Crank, Due my own pistons and stuff and do a low compression build and slap that puppy on there. Plus Sleeves and Stage 3 heads from VAC it'd be no problem with 1000whp and all that torque! "
You're going to have a nice curve no matter what really with a centri. The S65 can max the smaller Vortech blowers due to its high VE let alone the S85. This motor could take a way, way larger blower than this.
That's what I was thinking. I'm guessing this 9.5 is on stock internals, any more and I'd start to get worried, especially given the rod bearing issue. However, it would seem that a built S85 has almost unlimited potential, within reason. "