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Thread: Single coiling fogger v4

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    Single coiling fogger v4

    Hey just single coiled my v4 wondering if anyone else has? I blocked off the interior airflow hole which had no coil and used this method but I had to cut the rubber bit to jam it in..
    Is there a better way?

    So far I've had no leaks at all after two tanks but I miss the extra airflow & I am contemplating dremeling out the airflow channel externally and internally to increase the airflow but im still not content with this just yet..

    Any constructive feedback would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks,
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    Last edited by jlmanos; 11-09-14 at 03:11 PM.
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    Apologies for a newb question.
    Why would you single coil the fogger?

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    'Cos it's a pain to build and gets too hot for some of us.
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    have you tryed single coil split wicks ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by merexy View Post
    'Cos it's a pain to build and gets too hot for some of us.
    Have you considered an aga t5 instead then?
    Seriously though jlmanos, for a cooler vape or single coil, why not get a aga t5, or kayfun, or taifun, or rocket v2 or any other single coil RTA? The foggers, aga t7s, aquas etc are for the people that want a dual coil build and are designed for it.
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    You have found the main way to do it already, as for trying to keep both airholes...

    ... maybe try a single, central coil (if it can squeeze in the chimney) and then using your wet cotton to channel the airflow towards the coil?

    I don't have a fogger of my own yet to show what I mean, but basically the kayfun style build but making sure the wick leaves the coil,
    spreads out and hits the side walls before heading down to the juice channels, creating an air ram effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coopz View Post
    Have you considered an aga t5 instead then?
    Seriously though jlmanos, for a cooler vape or single coil, why not get a aga t5, or kayfun, or taifun, or rocket v2 or any other single coil RTA? The foggers, aga t7s, aquas etc are for the people that want a dual coil build and are designed for it.
    Have you seen my budget RTA thread in reviews? I have 2 Aga-T5's.

    I think the OP was looking for a way to utilise the Fogger rather than get rid. I think the latter is what will happen to mine. It's certainly not a pleasant vape, to me at any rate. BTW, I have most of the others you mention as well.

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    i blocked off the second hole because there was no need for the hole as the hole is there to flow air directly onto the heated coil producing the vapour..
    the airflow was amazing..
    and the reason for single coiling is because i use a provari so having a 1.1 ohm twin 28g 14wrap setup was annoying to build and not practical.... i have a kayfun and i have other rta's the fogger v4 is better by far.
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