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    Diver V2 non-resistance wire?

    Normally I use the non-resistance ends from this wire (because the resistance wire is crap) - https://www.fasttech.com/p/1521200
    and use my own resistance wire in between. But I'm slowly running out so thinking of getting Ni200 to do the job - https://www.fasttech.com/products/0/...or-rebuildable
    I'm not sure if that's suitable since it does have some resistance or should I go for some other 32-33 AWG non-resistance type wire?
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    Yes it will work, but HOV has cheaper Ni200, & it will not take a month to get here.

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    Thanks, I just wasn't 100% sure. The FT was just for an example, I rather get it locally at least I know what I'm really getting but still got some of the junky NRRNR from FT to cut the ends off so no hurry.
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