Yes I just tried with two Lamart glass stems it's all good.@joner do you have a glass stem to try if it has different impact? maybe try something like this, tighting the stem inside?
and basically the splinters have 2-4 holes, the tubo's air intake is wider ..
I don't own a Tubo,Yes I just tried with two Lamart glass stems it's all good.
My usual stem is an og (smooth) bent medium length stem that I have filled with 3 mm glass beads for cooling purposes; I only use the wooden one once in a while, but it looks cool!
And yes my splinter only has 2 holes, I actually quite like the slight restriction.
Does yours stop flow when you cover the bottom heater opening?
Hmmm not quite sure what you mean , I don't think the stem is leaking, just wasn't sure if the heater draws air from anywhere but that intake on the bottom of the heater.I don't own a Tubo,
but if you vape with only small light, you see the vapor leaking from that stem?
My unit with the tetra heater feels more restricted with the bottom screen covered than the OG but neither of then is airtight with the bottom covered.Hmmm not quite sure what you mean , I don't think the stem is leaking, just wasn't sure if the heater draws air from anywhere but that intake on the bottom of the heater.
To be fair the instructions on the Lamart website are super thorough, you just need the right files + installer which is all linked there. Though I fully understand, no way I would want to risk turning my Tubo into a brick!Dang! If I wasn’t so incompetent with computers I would give it a go also. I’ll just have to wait till I make a friend in the real world that can hold my hand and walk me thru the firmware process. My tubo is too precious for me to experiment with