i have been making a juice and it has yellow peach cap and juicy peach cap and i noticed the weight of these two flavora were a lot different so i tested them several times and they came out to be the same http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/1054992/gravel%20pit%20remix%20v4%20(%20peach,%20guava%20,%20cream%20)#
look at the weight difference between these two and how different they are it made me very curious so i measured on the scale and i weighed drops the yellow peach is the same as juicy peach so be careful if you do use yellow peach and you are using the weight and yes i know in the recipe the pcts are different @daath @JoJo could this be changed to be accurate
Note: yellow peach should say 3 not 4.25
I could be way off, I’m not sure but it could be a setting in your stash. Check your “weight in grams per ml” for that flavour is blank. I once put the cost in that field for one of my flavours and picked the problem when a recipe was a bit weird.
no its not i dont add anything there its the default weight , i checked that do you have yellow peach cap
Yellow Peach - Capella Flavors
You have this flavor
x 1 2 3 4 5
Weight in grams per ml:
Flavor carrier: PGVGOther
Preferred single flavor mix:
Materials Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) document
Manufacturer specified gravity: 1.417 g/ml
1 2 3 4 5(23)
Percentages in recipes
Average mixing quantity: 4.4% (Median: 3.5%)
Minimum used quantity: 0%
Maximum used quantity: 33.3%
Single flavor recommendations: 11
Average quantity: 7.6% (Median: 7.0%)
Minimum used quantity: 1.0%
Maximum used quantity: 20.0%
this is copied off my stash
its the manufacturer specified gravity, which is completely wrong
One of the reasons I stick to 1g = 1ml rather than manufacturer specified. I also believe that most recipes on the site are created using 1=1 as well. I’d rather taste what the creator intended than let my OCD get the best of me. I get what you’re saying though and hope they fix it for you. Good catch.
ty it makes a huge difference in a recipe i think its supposed to say 1.0417 not 1.417 even if i set it in the notes section others may not catch it and be using a lot more peach than needed
Thanks for the heads up @fidalgo_vapes the msds states 1.4 and every other site I found list JP and YP the same @ 1.4 but I can’t see it being right (if I need more YP i will just add a little). I have changed the value to 1.04 in my stash.
@fidalgo_vapes - It has been changed Thanks! I also contacted Capella.
awesome , ty , this site has been flawless great job
it looks like @daath is going to change it , it really had my mind boggled how the two peaches could be so different lol
wow ty again that was quick if you want to you could close this thread , either way i appreciate your help
Hmmm, this is interesting. Please keep me posted on what CAP says, Lars.
Being the Peach freak that I am (I can eat a peach for hours), I have always noticed the Yellow Peach to be a very heavy flavor. This was way before I started using the calculator here and before I bothered to check my MSDS sheets, as a matter of fact, it is the reason I got the sheet in the first place.
I was always taken back by the fact only a few drops would equal what many more drops came out to on my scale. Granted I have always used an SG of 1 on all my flavors, but since I make 10 ML testers, I noticed it immediately.
On average, 5 drops always came out to be .10 grams, but with the yellow, it was always 3 drops (not an exact here but close enough to see the difference)
This is interesting to me. Sadly I never used the juicy peach again, after my initial tasting years ago (I find it’s to “candy” for my tastes), but I am very curious now.
It has always been a flavor I take this in account for and only because I have seen the difference way before researching it. So I always mix, knowing it was like 1.5x heavier.
Hmmmmm, curious little monkey am I…curious indeed
I have noticed this as well, it has caused MANY recipes to come out very harsh.
just to add i also used a syringe drew up 1ml and the weight came to 1.05 on my scale as shown in pic i think i tested this weight thing more than ive tested anything in awhile , btw until i added the yellow peach to this recipe the peach was to sweet candy like
this also weighed out at 1.03 as per notes and the yellow peach lowest weight was 1.03 this is why i say they must be the same
OK, it seems the MSDS was the wrong one (Nat. Peach). I was sent the MSDS for Yellow Peach and guess what. The specific gravity for Yellow Peach is 0.87 g/ml!!
I will update our entry shortly!