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Thread: MVP 2.0 firing at 1.0 - 1.1 ohm

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    MVP 2.0 firing at 1.0 - 1.1 ohm

    So i just built a new coil in my Kayfun clone and whacked it on my MVP and it's firing at 1.0 - 1.1 ohms(fluctuating a bit) it never did this before.

    Has anyone else experienced this with an MVP / regulated mod.

    Should i be worried that it's not limiting at 1.3 ohms anymore?

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    I read somewhere that an MVP can fire down to 0.8 ...


    I've spent far more than that on vaping ... But I like to think of the positives
    Actually I don't think that's true anymore .. Savings now exceed spending .. Sweet !
    Innokin SVD (dead), MVP v2 and itaste VV3 (dead), several eGo's, EHpro Kayfun Lite Plus, Aerotank Mega, Aspire Nautilus, ET-s, Mini Nova-s, CE5 BDCs .. So far

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    Well that's news to me.

    As the first time i built a coil it would come up as N/A and then i decided to test it on the resistance checker and it was 1.2 and wouldn't fire.

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    Got a rebuilt Protank 2 on mine at the moment with a 0.9 ohm coil - vapes great ! Is it fully charged ?

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    Mines also fired a 0.9 ohm dual coil build on an RDA! They are nifty little batteries

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    My first coil was bang on 1.0 on the kayfun, it surprised me myself! Weirdly enough I seem to enjoy the 1.3 - 1.7 range atm though

    Does your ohm reader ever change the reading with the same coil? Mines literally just read 2.3, 2.1, 2.0 when i know for a fact its 1.6

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    Quote Originally Posted by remi1au View Post
    I read somewhere that an MVP can fire down to 0.8 ...


    MVP 2.0 definitely fires down @ 0.8 (and is awesome) at 0.7 ohms it doesnt fire though

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    It's largely irrelevant anyway as the MVP is regulated to a max of only 11w.
    0.8ohms on an MVP can't be compared to 0.8 ohms on say a mech mod with a fresh battery which would be pushing through about 21watts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dicko View Post
    It's largely irrelevant anyway as the MVP is regulated to a max of only 11w.
    0.8ohms on an MVP can't be compared to 0.8 ohms on say a mech mod with a fresh battery which would be pushing through about 21watts.
    Completely agree! The Hana or Vaporshark @ 11W with the same atty hits a lot better than the MVP 2.0 - in saying that though - the MVP is a lot cheaper with regards to outlay to get into a box mod - All things said and done - the MVP is an awesome little box and at a sensational price!

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    Looks like ill be making a 0.8 coil this weekend.

    hopefully it will be amazing on the E-MECH Transformer when i get it.
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