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Thread: [syd] wtb: 30a imr batteries any brand

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    [syd] wtb: 30a imr batteries any brand

    Hi AV,

    New to AV but have been vaping for a while. Getting into sub ohm builds. Looking for any high amp batteries laying around that you can sell to me

    Cheers

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    hey id suggest hitting up a user called supersoports600 for the correct batteries for what you are looking to do.. i did and was very helpful!!
    View Profile: supersports600 - AussieVapers | The original Australian e-cigarette community
    also id suggest you introduce yourself in the new users thread its helpful too!!
    I Don't Smoke Analogues

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlmanos View Post
    hey id suggest hitting up a user called supersoports600 for the correct batteries for what you are looking to do.. i did and was very helpful!!
    View Profile: supersports600 - AussieVapers | The original Australian e-cigarette community
    also id suggest you introduce yourself in the new users thread its helpful too!!
    I know what I'm looking for, VTC4/VTC5 and any 30A IMR

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    vtc are imr.

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    I Don't Smoke Analogues

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    Not sure why you want 30amp batteries but carry on. Use a Ohms law calculator to work out your needs

    .3 resistance @ 4.2volts is only a 14amp draw. Your AW IMR will reliably punch out what you want.

    When you start messing around in that range you need to have a very good idea of what it is that's not working or you will chase your tail getting the results you want.


    I now have pretty much everything I could want, next step is making my own mods and juices, watch this space er cadet....

 

 

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