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    sub ohm vaping

    I think this thread belongs here as it's just a quick noob question:
    How can you make sub ohm setup (30-50watt power) vapeable?

    I remember a couple of months back when I first set up my dripper, 0.7ohm and it's really harsh and taste burnt, since then I always stick to 1.2ohm ish and have never bothered to move from that comfort zone. But I am curious how do you make (let's say) 0.3ohm vapeable on a 3.7v mech without the burnt taste? I assume it has to be a dripper as gennie won't wick it that quick?

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    Lots of juice, lots of air. You'll never see a 0.3 unless it's a dripper with drilled out/multiple air holes.

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    I have zero experience with this but from a technical standpoint a dual coil setup (two coils in parallel) should be less likely to over cook your juice.

    Two coils at 1.2 ohms in parallel gives you 0.6ohms.. But each coil will only have the heat of a 1.2.
    It should be the same effect as putting two PV in your mouth at the same time

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    The trick, multiple coils! You won't get much love pushing 20W+ from an individual coil. Ideally, if you can keep each coil at 15W or under, you're going to get a better vape too.
    A genny will easily wick this setup but it would have to be dual coils too. Ideally, you want to use a dripper though.

    I'm assuming you're familiar with the hazards of these types of builds and the precautions you need to take?
    Also, I think this thread would be better in general or hardware discussion, don't want any beginners getting any ideas and it is a more advanced question.
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    Dual coils setup....Dual airhole. Oh and I'd suggest half ur nic. Awesome flavor awesome vapor.

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    Ahh multiple coils and airholes. Now I know what I'll be youtubing all day on the weekend.
    Thanks guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by kritikal View Post
    I'm assuming you're familiar with the hazards of these types of builds and the precautions you need to take?
    Also, I think this thread would be better in general or hardware discussion, don't want any beginners getting any ideas and it is a more advanced question.
    Yes I'll make sure to put protected battery in the mech mod.
    Did not want to put it there as I might get bashed up being too noob

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerzzzzz View Post
    Yes I'll make sure to put protected battery in the mech mod.
    Did not want to put it there as I might get bashed up being too noob
    Err... that's not quite the right answer...
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    protected battery with amp load bigger than the current i'll be running in that setup.
    is that a better answer?

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    No. Definitely the wrong answer.
    This is why this doesn't belong in the newbie section.
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