The ZEN Sidewinder

After a couple of days of sanding and the odd vape, I finally get round to doing a video on the ZEN Sidewinder!



Don't forget to check out JunkyRock13s video for setting up your airhole position and how to fit the kick.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqfVSDxbxWY


UPDATE:

Going to be converting as many connecting parts to brass as possible, here are details of the parts required, USA & UK

USA

washers: Brass Flat Washer NO. 8 Screw Size, 3/8" OD, .02"-.04" Thick
atty spring: Brass Compression Spring, .78" L, .042" Wire
Bridge bolts: 8-32 x 5/8"
Atty bolt: 8-32 x 2"
Switch screw: 10-24 x ¼"

UK

washers: M10
atty spring:
Bridge bolts: M4x16
Atty bolt: M4x50
switch screw: M5x6

Comments

  1. Great video Todd, btw junkyrock's name is Ross not Paul lol.

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    1. Hey, he got a link out of it, I can call him what I like LOL

      Thanks mate :)

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  2. Hey there Todd, once again a great videao ...Just one question ... Do you think that an aluminium mod should cost 280$ ??? Yes i know th tank is ss but come on really?? 280$ ??? If it was an orginal idea maybe but this kind of design is already out there (even from china) ... So what is so special about it that makes it cost so much???

    PS The questions are not ironic or ritorical .. I do want your honest opinion on this mate...

    Keep up the great work

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    1. Thing is, Aluminium is better for a mod anyway as it conducts electricity better (if not covered in anodization!!).

      I'm not going to try to justify it, that's down to the individual at the end of the day but you can apply it to all things in life, cars, houses, boats and the list goes on!

      If you like it and can afford it, buy it :D

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  3. Looks like there's a serious amp drainer in that mod, man. Could be a hot spring or just poor conductivity. You're right, twisted wire shouldn't be doing that. Sheesh.

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  4. Id love this on Giveaway Contest..lol:P Im joking.This device looks so great!! Thanks Todd.Im a big fan of your reviews;).Thumbs up for Todd!!

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  5. Another great review. To my mind, you shouldn't NEED to mod a $280 mod to get it to perform properly.

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  6. IT DOES PERFORM PROPERLY.....
    IT CAN PERFORM BETTER WITH BRASS>...THUS IT IS CALLED A MOD SO U CAN MOD IT TO YOUR CHOICE

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    1. Aren't you going to kick yourself when you watch the follow up video ;)

      PS, your caps lock key appears to be stuck.

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  7. Zen says that the reason they use non-brass is because brass oxidizes faster and they want to build these to last. Who knows if that's really the reason or not but, I have one of these and I love it. I am definitely going to try this though!

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