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Thread: Aspire volts question!

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    Aspire volts question!

    Hey guys,

    I just got my aspire mini nova BDC glassomizer. I usually vape 2.4 ohm evod coils on my spinner at 4.3 volts.

    The new clearo came with 1.8 ohm coils though. What voltage should I vape at now? I read that because this is a dual coil, I can pump the voltage up? I'm not getting a great throat hit at 3.7 volts, but it's okay. Still, have no idea what to spin the spinner to!

    Any advice appreciated!

    Cheers.

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    just go up a little bit at a time until you get a good vape.
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    Start ay 3.7v
    dial it up a bit, review yummy/not yummy
    When burnt or not yummy, revert to previous best setting.

    Or Vape at 4.1volts, we'll be around to check later, and it better be right or else.
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    I use the Mini Novas with a 1.8ohm coil.
    I find 4.0v gives me lovely warm vapor and great flavor.
    Hope this helps.

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    Thanks all. I'm on 3.9 and it tastes good but a little burnt. Maybe the juice has to soak in a bit more.

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    if it's tasting burnt, go down to 3.7 or something. i find i never vape as high as other people seem to cos it tastes burnt to me. it's a very personal thing, and what one person finds perfect is not at all good for the next person. there's no "right" voltage to vape at. whatever works for you is what's right for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shpondra View Post
    Thanks all. I'm on 3.9 and it tastes good but a little burnt. Maybe the juice has to soak in a bit more.
    When the Aspire is new, I vape it at around 7.5W which is around 3.7V, after a couple of tanks on a mini or 1 tank on a Vivi nova style I bump it up to 8W which is around 3.8V, it is important to break it in before pushing the volts too high.
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    Thanks Noe. I'll break this bad boy in before cranking it up

 

 

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