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[Your] best setup on this? Or best setup for big/thick clouds? Anyone modding the airflow?
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#11 (permalink)      1/25/2014 12:54:47 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Glad to here it's coming along for you. That was the first improvement I made was with the air flow control and than the juice control afterward help it along some too.

It may be that your juice likes a little higher ohms resistance, just a touch less heat maybe, it's just a guess.
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Dual chimney micro coils, each coil at 2.4 ohms coming out at 1.2 ohms. Criss cross cotton wicks around each coil. The airflow is fantastic, clouds are giant and thick and the flavor is just superb. I would personally not try this build with lower than 1 ohm as the cotton does not hold out at at the higher temps. Also don't expect your 2ml of liquid to last very long with this build, I can drain the tank in about half an hour or less with this.
I did not feel the need to mod the airflow in my aqua as it was already very airy out of the box for me.
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I have been contemplating making 1ohm or higher coil on this, but I am worried that I will miss the cloud production from sub-ohms. Advice?


I guess I am a 'cloud chaser', but I also like to get flavor as well... the bigger clouds just FEEL good to me (it's like smoking a cigar).
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2 micro coils. 0.6 ohms. Organic cotton wicks. Good balance of flavor and vapor. Enjoying more than my "Russian 91%" from here. Warmer vape and bigger clouds. This with brass Origin has quickly become my most used device.
Sittin' in the clouds
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vaperoni1 try building dual 2 ohm chimney coils shown here Riptrippers chimney build.
With the open airflow across the center of the coil and excellent surface coverage of your wicks on the outside this build pumps out heaps warm tasty vapor even at 1.2 ohms. Provided you have a VV/VW device or kick try putting this up to about 12-14 watts and watch the tasty warm clouds pour out. It can be a bit fiddly to get it built but if you get both coils in place upright over the air holes with a toothpick and then connect/tighten them the build is fairly easy. Re-wicking this build is so simple and can be done in seconds.
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I'm running a dual micro coil at 1 ohm using 30ga wire on an origin in Hybrid mode. I'm rather satisfied though I still feel as though I get better flavor from my kayfuns with dual coil 0.8-1 ohm settups.
#17 (permalink)      1/27/2014 11:44:37 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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no one else found the topcap o rings missing ??, tanks machined out for it but the topcap on the one i recieved today has no o ring above the threads and theres no spare on in the spares pack, thankfully i have a tobeco clone and had a spare o ring in that
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I rather not use a vw/vs device or kick either.

No I did not notice any missing ORings, but I noticed some were shredded.

I'm currently using a .44 ohm coil and it seems a Lil better, but on my nemesis the button gets hot...?
#19 (permalink)      1/27/2014 5:50:56 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Your ohms resistance is likely too low and you could be chancing your battery venting which is very dangerous. I strongly suggest looking into your battery type and its limitations.
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#20 (permalink)      1/27/2014 6:34:52 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Here's a link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0AhCCsGn6F0QLdDJxNzV2c0dSc01mUkl6RXNnM2o2R1E&usp=drive_web&pli=1&pli=1

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Better yet
Always keep your ear to the ground!