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Thread: Subtank Temperature Sensing Coils

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    Subtank Temperature Sensing Coils

    What have people been running these Kanger Subtank Nickel OCC coils at? Temperature and Joules.
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    Tried my mates sx and flask at 415-450 it's good but not my cup of tea...

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    I run my at 35 joules and 450f on my sub tank nano but I mix it sometimes 40 joules at 450f its ok on my bigger one about the same. It what suits you I think there no wright or wrong way.

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    So do you prime the coil first with juice or put it in dry and set the resistance?

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    You can prime it or just leave it for a few minutes, and it'll sort itself

    I usually run these at 40w with 470F or 410 when the liquid is getting a little lower
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