Custom Parallel 18650 Box Mod Build

Discussion in 'Unregulated (Mechanical) Mods' started by Mike H., Mar 19, 2017 at 8:29 PM.

  1. Mike H.

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    This will be my official start to the build..Ive purchased most of the items and will begin the build including pics once I can get started with it all...So heres what ive just purchased so far and ill be needing a few more things that ill add to this list as I decide on what im using.

    1.) BMG CNC'd satin Ruby red 1590G Box (no lean, no through holes on back cover)
    2.) BMG dual 18650 battery sled with Keystone contacts (parallel configuration)
    3.) Varitube V2 22mm stainless steel 510 assembly
    4.) .28mm Red LED voltage gauge

    To be continued......
     
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    Good luck with your build.
     
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  3. Mike H.

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    Ty..should be a fun one.
     
  4. Mike H.

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    Ordered more stuff tonight for the build

    1.) Fatdaddys 12mm stainless steel tactical switch
    2.) 3034 Mosfet and 15k resistor
    3.) Red para cord
    4.) heat shrink tubing


    Im deciding rather or not to go with all .9999 solid silver wire or or just maybe silver plated copper strand silicone wire used in high amperage RC applications..OR, just solid core copper...:gaah::wait:
     
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    Not sure what your experience is using any of those wire types. But I personally would recommend using the silicone wire as solid wire can be a major pain when trying to route it in a box.
     
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    Ive worked with everything but the pure silver wire.
     
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    Going with a safety feature here and using 2 15amp resettable fuses for a total of 30 amps..anything above this will shut the mod down and reset itself...Also adding in an On/Off Slide switch to cut power off and not worry about accidental firing when in the pocket or not in use.
     

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