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    Can anyone fill me in on exactly the type of wire i need ? and the cotton ? just grab some from spotlight or is there a certain type or grade i need ? thanks for your help. I wouldn't mind building my own, i'm getting fussy about my vaping experience . Cheers
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    dude....... what area SA r u?

    DW ill pm u

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    awsome pictorial
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    QUOTE=Fatman; I have licked many things ... some I am proud of , some I am not :(

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    cheers mate

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    Just rebuilt my first Kanger coil following your excellent instruction and i'm super happy with it, it vapes as good if not better than the factory ones, superb flavour and vapour. I did 7/8 wraps with 30 gauge kanthal and cotton wick, ended up with a 1.6 ohm coil which is perfect, i couldn't be happier, i'm liking building my own stuff so thanks, this has been a huge help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sludge View Post
    Just rebuilt my first Kanger coil following your excellent instruction and i'm super happy with it, it vapes as good if not better than the factory ones, superb flavour and vapour. I did 7/8 wraps with 30 gauge kanthal and cotton wick, ended up with a 1.6 ohm coil which is perfect, i couldn't be happier, i'm liking building my own stuff so thanks, this has been a huge help.
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    I would say
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    Haha good th hear mate. This is just the beginning soon you'll get really good at building these and ull want a RBA then you'll want shineys... as venga said its a slippery slope

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    I've already got Kayfun 3.1 and Kayfun lite (clones ) and Sigelei Zmax V5 and Magneto, to much fun already, i'm already thinking about saving for genuine RBA's
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    I have been using larger sized coils lately, you need a smaller drill bit (or WHY) as in the OP to hold it in place after building but the extra wick means no leaks and higher watts!
    I have a Taifun GS already and am trying to decide between a Fogger v4 or the new Orchid for my next vape, but I know I'll still use Kangers at work.

 

 
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