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    Nemesis Clone - with kick

    Hey Guys,

    Does anyone know if the Sigelei kick works on the Nemesis clone from fasttech? I've been browsing around online and havent seen
    any definitive answer. Thought i'd tap the hive mind of the oz vapors.

    Cheers

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    Mine does, but kicking a nem is poor form imho
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    poor form? why do you say that? im a newb. please forgive me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oppa1 View Post
    poor form? why do you say that? im a newb. please forgive me.
    Still being fairly noob-ish I'm interested to know as well. My guess is: the Nem being a very popular mech means that relegating it down to a mere regulated device could be seen as sacrilege. That could be so off the mark, though


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    I've got the same kick in the mail to mess around with. I've read a few times, it fits.

    Prefer learning what is the best resistance and wick setup to using the kick. That's why I bought a mech. I guess 'some will see it as sacrilege' as tjs wrote.
    I think it will help sort out which resistance is good. Already built 4 coils in 2 days learning on my first RBA. Got best results for me with 34g.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tjs-81 View Post
    Still being fairly noob-ish I'm interested to know as well. My guess is: the Nem being a very popular mech means that relegating it down to a mere regulated device could be seen as sacrilege. That could be so off the mark, though


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    i feel dirty now.
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    I've considered kicking mine but it's a heavy device and I reckon it would hurt.

    Extremely bad humour aside, it would be nice to do without the voltage drop off.


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    ive used the fasttech kick in the ss nemesis clone also from fasttech.. works fine it is reallly reAlly snug though.. but i dont think it needs it. it hards enough without it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjs-81 View Post
    I've considered kicking mine but it's a heavy device and I reckon it would hurt.

    Extremely bad humour aside, it would be nice to do without the voltage drop off.


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    hahaha took me 5 mins to getthat joke.. u vewy funny man

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    I'd do it just to use the beauti ring! Looks so much better with it. I would on get the evolv 2 kick however. 10w is pretty boreing.

    It's probably cheaper to use your coils resistance to change the vaping experience. Just always work out your amp draw before putting it on and be sure that it doesn't exceed your batteries SWL.

 

 
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