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Thread: Best setup for Hellfire micro mega Hybrid?

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    Best setup for Hellfire micro mega Hybrid?

    Morning,

    Just wondering if anyone here has experimented with setups in a Hellfire micro mega Hybrid type atomiser?

    This one is different to the standard micro mega 510, instead of the standard dual 1.9mm wick holes the hybrid type has a 1.9mm and a 2.5mm wick hole.
    I run 2 standard micro megas, one early one with dual 2mm wick holes and a later one (which is now standard) with dual 1.9mm wick holes. Both of these are set up with U wicks, 400 mesh and 5 wraps of 30 guage wire, single coil to the left. These 2 atomisers i rotate around the clock, they run constantly and are my main devices. These setups are perfect for my taste, although frequently of a night i draw on a shorty with a hotter 28 guage setup, im totally mechanical these days.

    Ok, so today i should have a Mikrob 350 tube and switch arriving to run the hybrid on. I should also have a bottle of Plume Room candied cavendish arrive today also. But i havnt yet decided on a setup?

    I would like to continue to run a U wick in the hybrid, but with the odd size wick holess i dont know if this will cause any issues (it could be an improvement), does anyone have any experience with these rather rare devices?

    Should i run a U wick, 400 mesh, 1.9mm, and coil over the 1.9mm hole or coil over the 2.5mm hole. Am i going to have flooding issues or will this setup actually even wick better if this is possible? The other option is to run a straight wick in the 2.5mm hole but the wicking may not be as good and i want to remain above 1ohm resistance for use with the 350 battery.

    Any tales of your experience or advice would be appreciated.

    I'll put some photos up in the next few days if i can to give you all a look.

    Cheers and thanks.

    666

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    No need for a u-wick in that.

    A straight wick will perform as good in the 2.5mm wick hole.
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    Morning cop, and thanks, just the man i wanted to hear from!

    I'll try a single 2.5 wick, block the left hand wick hole and see what happens. I hope this setup is as leak free and as friendly as the U wick setups, ive just come to love them.

    If anyone else has some experience with mm hybrids they would like to share please throw it out there!

    Thanks cop.

    Cheers

    Quote Originally Posted by <---cop View Post
    No need for a u-wick in that.

    A straight wick will perform as good in the 2.5mm wick hole.

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    Yeah plug the other wick hole and leave the fill open.

    You can also cut a "triangle" of mesh and roll that into a u-wick.
    Just use the end with more mesh in the 2.5mm hole. That works fine too.
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    ah that sounds interesting, a triangle wick, i think i might play with that idea. Equilateral, Isosceles or Scalene triangle ha, i'll roll a few up and see how it goes!


    Quote Originally Posted by <---cop View Post
    Yeah plug the other wick hole and leave the fill open.

    You can also cut a "triangle" of mesh and roll that into a u-wick.
    Just use the end with more mesh in the 2.5mm hole. That works fine too.

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    Im thinking a 55 x 12mm rectangle with a shallow equilateral triangle on top (another 5mm on top).......

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    Straight wick
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    kiss methodology

    Quote Originally Posted by <---cop View Post
    Straight wick

 

 

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