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Thread: Cyclone Rebuidable Atomizer Tutorial

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    I found a big difference in where the large air hole sits - adjustments make a big difference to clouds vs TH, if that's any help. I rebuilt last night (cos I could) with 32g and 2mm wick; ended up with 5 wraps and 2.4 measured on the Provari. Good at 3.9 - 4v for vaping. I tend to chain vape tho, so be warned it does get hot. I've got some ceramic wicks coming too, so definitely going to do a silica + ceramic on this baby too.

    Haven't tried the original cap yet either - went straight to the Cyclone, and having too much fun to take it off!
    Spending way too much $$$ on gear... Still better than smoking!


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    wooo ... vapemail ...

    built a coil in the office (hehehe) single coil 3/2 of .1x.5 kanthal ribbon, came out at .8 ohms just soaking the ekowool then will take it downstairs for a vape.

    thanks Ben for the speedy service.

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    @Oscillate Darkly, love your name

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscillate Darkly View Post
    wooo ... vapemail ...

    built a coil in the office (hehehe) single coil 3/2 of .1x.5 kanthal ribbon, came out at .8 ohms just soaking the ekowool then will take it downstairs for a vape.

    thanks Ben for the speedy service.
    No worries. Keep us updated on how you go with it

    Sent from my Nexus 4 using Tapatalk 2

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    I'm so proud of myself right now!! Just built this and vaping away! Came in a bit high at 2ohms but hey it's working and only took me one go.

    *happy dance*

    Hey i'm new to rebuilding so it's exciting to me

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    got mine at 1.6 ohms

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    I;ve been using the Cyclone/Cyclops combo and loving it (Using regular silica and kanthal).

    Just tried it with XC-132 and kanthal. No hot spots, coming in at 1.7ohms but i'm getting shite all vapor and a harsh throat hit.

    What could this be? Not sure on PG/VG ratio but I'm guessing 70/30ish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domo View Post
    I;ve been using the Cyclone/Cyclops combo and loving it (Using regular silica and kanthal).

    Just tried it with XC-132 and kanthal. No hot spots, coming in at 1.7ohms but i'm getting shite all vapor and a harsh throat hit.

    What could this be? Not sure on PG/VG ratio but I'm guessing 70/30ish.
    Got the airhole lined up with the coil?

    Sent from my Nexus 4 using Tapatalk 2

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    I thought i did but maybe not well enough. I'll play around with it again tonight.

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    I love this little Atty, I'm new to the forums here but picked one up from you 2-3 months ago and its my go to dripper micro coilsl with cotton all the way
    bencairns likes this.

 

 
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