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Thread: Ti users: reccomendation sought for TC mod/chip

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    Ti users: reccomendation sought for TC mod/chip

    Can anyone recommend a TC mod/chip that they have found to work well with Ti wire? (I'll be exclusively using a single coil dripper if it matters)

    I know some are using DNA40s and just winging it down with Ti - how consistent is this?

    Has anyone used a chip that works better with Ti than the DNA40 (like the YiHi etc.)?

    Is there something off the shelf that has a decent 510 with floating pin and not held in with bubble gum and allows an 18650 to be swapped out normally (no usb charging / using screwdrivers to change battery etc.)?

    Thanks.

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    Haven't used a dna40 so can't comment on what it's like with Ti wire. I have evic-vt but that doesn't have removable battery.

    The mods I know of that are calibrated for Ti wire and have removable batteries are:

    Sx-mini m class (with latest update)
    Ipv D2
    Cloudmaker whiteout with the Sx chip
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    Nuffin wrong with bubblegum Floating pins bro....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Littleraf View Post
    Haven't used a dna40 so can't comment on what it's like with Ti wire. I have evic-vt but that doesn't have removable battery.

    The mods I know of that are calibrated for Ti wire and have removable batteries are:

    Sx-mini m class (with latest update)
    Ipv D2
    Cloudmaker whiteout with the Sx chip
    Thanks LR - I'll check them out. How have you found the evic on Ti? + Dumb question - can you use other atties/resistances with it - do you have to build Ti coils to 0.4Ω for them to work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugzme View Post
    Nuffin wrong with bubblegum Floating pins bro....
    Yeah - probly... I just feel like if mods are held together with hot glue, they should come with paddle pops and bits of felt or something - or that was a euphemism that went over my head as usual...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mathsguy View Post
    Thanks LR - I'll check them out. How have you found the evic on Ti? + Dumb question - can you use other atties/resistances with it - do you have to build Ti coils to 0.4Ω for them to work?
    I love it in the subtank mini rba. To me (could be in my head) the taste is cleaner than with ni wire. And it's easier to work with than ni at the given resistance.

    Nah you can build coils lower, currently mine (built today) is reading .28ohms using 26g. It'll fire down to .05 in TC mode (both ni and Ti).
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    The evic VT works in Ti mode.
    So does the DNA 40, just use it with a lower temp.
    Last edited by disley; 29-07-15 at 10:23 PM.
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    The SXK VF clone from 3FVape let's change the nickle purity, if you can hunt down the values could probably adjust that instead of temp
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    Beyond Vape Silo Tank - VF Clone

 

 

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