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    New RTA issues

    Hello All, I'm hoping you can help me with an issue I'm having I am a MTL vaper who usually uses a T18.

    I have purchased an Avocado 24 and VTC mini as I wanted to start building coils as I liked the idea of not having to worry about running out of coils as well as being able to change the cotton when I change flavours.

    Anyway. I feel I have the coil and cotton at a good place for me however I am finding using the avocado is making me wheeze, cough and irritating my throat way more than the T18. I'm using the same ejuice in both. The juices are 50:50 VG:PG and 6mg.

    Any advise or suggestions? I really want the Avo to work for me!

    Thanks in advance




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    Change up your mixing ratio to about 70% VG and see how it goes.....

    You'll get bigger clouds but you'll also get hit with a lot less PG which could be your issue. Also might want to drop your nicotine.... more clouds means more of everything when you take a pull on the Avo.

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    Thanks Singlefished. I was thinking it might be a Vg or pg issue.

    I will mix some unflavoured 70% and see how that goes.


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    PG can be an irritant to a lot of people... you may not have noticed with the T18 but now with the increased vapour production of the Avocado the effects could be more obvious.

    Increasing the VG ratio will also make for a smoother vape. I mix juice at about 20% pg base concentrates, 10% pg base nicotine and 70% VG... don't need to buy PG anymore with these ratios

    Let us know how it goes!

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    just an opinion but if you are able to lower the PG to 30% and see if that makes a difference. PG is whats making the throat hit and can cause irritation and sometimes wheeze/cough (some people like Higher PG) but maybe you could alternatively lower yr wattage and find a comfortable setting

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    sorry Singlefished, I didn't mean to copy what you said... I started to type this like 10 mins ago and did not refresh the page just until now
    Your exactly right on with what I was thinking
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    I use 70/30 VG/PG myself on my kanger toptank and Griffin RTA, and even long before on all my other tanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clouds-A-plenty View Post
    sorry Singlefished, I didn't mean to copy what you said... I started to type this like 10 mins ago and did not refresh the page just until now
    Your exactly right on with what I was thinking
    by the way like your avatar
    No worries.... sometimes I get distracted half way through a response or open another tab to check something and by the time I hit the post button there have been 5 interim responses lol

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    Hey all, thanks for the suggestion. I've just tried 70:30 mix and it seems to be still making me wheeze and cough..

    Should I try less PG or even high pg?


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    Oh I thought you mastered this

 

 
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