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    what coil do I build for my mechanical mod?

    Hi,

    Can somebody please point me in the right direction as to what type of coil to build for my mechanical mod? Any pages or youtube video links wold be a huge help, thanks.

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    Just make sure you build at a resistance that draws a lower current than your batteries constant draw limit and you'll be fine.


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    Wait you're the mod conversion and DIY atomiser guy right?
    How much is your time worth because I got a good suggestion:

    https://vapoureyes.com.au/collection...nt=17795155908

    Something like this is worth bugger all, works straight away and could be in your hands in about 4 days. And most vendors stock them. Beats stressing over stuff in the beginning.



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    Something between 0.8 & 1.4 ohms, in most Atty's

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    This might help



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    I like the hobby aspect, gives me something to tinker with. I want to blow big clouds and apparently mechanical is the way lol.

    Do you know of any web pages that show coils in accordance to resistance? I don't know where to start, what guage, how many coils what type of coil etc.

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    Start with something that offers you protection, then move on to mechanical mods when you have more experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by martybaker View Post
    I like the hobby aspect, gives me something to tinker with. I want to blow big clouds and apparently mechanical is the way lol.

    Do you know of any web pages that show coils in accordance to resistance? I don't know where to start, what guage, how many coils what type of coil etc.

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    Maybe you wont blow yourself up ??

    You arnt getting many replies to your post mate because experienced members here are astonished to say the least at the way you are going about this.
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    okay, I think I will get a variable mod and a tank
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    what coil do I build for my mechanical mod?

    Quote Originally Posted by martybaker View Post
    I like the hobby aspect, gives me something to tinker with. I want to blow big clouds and apparently mechanical is the way lol.

    Do you know of any web pages that show coils in accordance to resistance? I don't know where to start, what guage, how many coils what type of coil etc.
    Nah dude, it's all just a means to an end.
    You got a certain amount of energy ( X watts going for Y seconds) that energy goes into heating wire which heats juice. Then there is Z amount of air hitting the evaporated juice. That's your clouds volume. If anything I find mechs go hard for the first dozen pulls then die off. If it's clouds you want I suggest you start with a uwell crown and say a joyetech cuboid. You just screw on coils and it handles higher wattages well. In time there are plenty of RDAs you can use with it for even more clouds.

    But then again you might just get over the clouds factor really quickly...it did for me after a month.

    Oh forgot to mention, i recommended cuboid because it has a bypass mode which allows it to function like a mech and still have amp/temp safeties. Dual batteries will save you changing out often at 50+w as well.

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    Last edited by MCYL; 08-06-16 at 02:16 AM.
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