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#21 (permalink)      1/27/2014 6:42:01 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Better yet
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Closing your air holes some helps to create more of a vacuum when you Vape on your atomizer thus bringing more ejuice to your very hot sub-ohm wick and coil. As a result you SHOULD get more of a dense flavor and vapor. Of course if you are already getting plenty of ejuice to your wick and coil the more air that flows the bigger your clouds- hope it helps !! @ Wylie : Kudos on the Batt. Chart. Hope peeps use it and Vape safely !
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Thanks!
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#24 (permalink)      1/28/2014 12:49:45 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Here's a little something you can do with your extra parts if you bought both the Aqua and the Origin and you don't use the kick extension for the Origin/Aqua.

All you have to do is make a center pin and insulators and you have a kick housing with a 510 connection.




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@wylie thats some sexy gadget magic :-)
#26 (permalink)      1/28/2014 6:24:58 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Thanks!
Just doing what I can here.
And even better yet from a forum I visit.
http://www.kritikalmass.net/battery-calculator/index.php

Edited on 1/28/2014 at 10:46 PM. Reason: More info
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I really don´t see why I would bother with all these tricks, while a standard solution does just fine.

Take a Vamo, any version, stack it with two batteries, either 2x 18350 or get 2 extra extension tubes and use 2x18650, or if you´re like me, get an E-Huge with extension and use 2x 26650.
Set it to RMS, VV mode and 6 volts.

Aqua dual coil with 2x 2.5 ohm gives in total 1.25 ohm, just enough for the Vamo to fire and thanks to stacked batteries it will do almost 30 watts.
Two slim cotton wicks into the coils and you´re all set.

That´s about the borderline of the Aqua, higher power requires bigger airholes.
But that´s already more than any Kayfun or Taifun can do, because with a single coil even a microcoil with cotton will not transport enough juice for 30 watts.

No need for expensive gear, no need for high drain batteries, 30 watts vaping including protection, display of resistance and remaining battery charge, that´s perfect for me.
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I really wouldnt advise stacking batteries.
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dual coil, build with 0.32 kanthal on a 2mm drillbit.
10 wraps each (microcoil). makes about 0.72 ohm
cotton tucked in the canals, chimney all the way down.
Just a small gap for airflow.
Vaping dragon blood, good taste, smokes like a friggin steamtrain :D

Using a private v2 mod (tri-color) https://www.fasttech.com/p/1429500
And a sony konion vtc4 for steampower :)

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@Silvia, vamo pushing 30 watts? no need for high drain batteries?
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Of course.
The Vamo doesn´t have a limit in watts, the limit is the result of other limitations.
In stacked configuration the Vamo is limited to 5 amps, and requires a minimum resistance of 1.2 ohm.
Calculate it yourself, if you set it in VV mode to 6 volts with a coil of 1.2 ohm (or dual coil with 2x 2.4 ohm) it reaches precisely 5 amps and that gives 30 watts.

But thats the output at the atomizer end, for the batteries that´s a different story.
Stacked batteries run double their voltage, meaning between 6.4 and 8.2 volts.
If you calculate the amps required to reach 30 watts at an average voltage of 7.5 volts, that´s

30 watts / 7.5 volts = 4 amps

Even if you drain the batteries down to the edge where the Vamo shuts off at 6.4 volts, the batteries have to provide no more than 4.7 amps.
About any battery on the market nowadays can handle that.

If you try to drain 30 watts from a single battery close to empty, you have

30 watts / 3.2 volts = 9.375 amps

and aside of Konions and a few rare others there aren´t many batteries that can handle such load continuously and the discharge curve is near vertical downwards.
In stacked configuration 2x NCR18650B button top last multiple times longer.
They don´t even get warm.

Edited on 1/29/2014 at 6:00 PM. Reason: typo
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