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At 0.5Ω of resistance you're pushing 7.4 amps and a whopping 27.38 watts...
If you did that to an eGo, it would destroy a small village.
I get huge plumes on my aga t2 with awesome flavor. I drilled my wick hole to 7/32 and wrap my coil around a 5/32 drill bit. I use SS Mesh and wrap a thin layer of cotton around the top 3/4 of the wick... It helps to insulate the wick and eliminate all hot spots every time. It also helps wick like a beast and add flavor. The cotton fills the remaining wick hole. I just recently wrapped dual coils on a single wick aga t2 that ohms to .5... Wow! Monster clouds, great flavor. Love it. Here's some pics
This conversation is right up my alley! I have a rsst, an Igo-l, and a k100 on the way. My first of all three types. Thanks to all who've offered their advice and experience.
Peazy -- so, the cotton wrap-around goes all the way up through the coil? The only part that doesn't have cotton is the bottom 1/4? Interesting. Please elaborate if you can, really digging that last image.
Another suggestion is to Read Baditudes blogs on battery safety and your first RBA; both excellent information and will lead you to think about other areas of interest.
PS If you find you like dripping there IMHO is no better vape than a Reo and a RM2 (reomizer).
^ bro, the top three links appear to link to the wrong threads for me.
I wrap 3/4 of the mesh wick because that leaves about 1/2" of cotton in the tank to help suck up the juice when the tanks getting low. If you go too low on the SS Mesh your cotton may start to unwrap from your mesh, especially towards the bottom. I kind of feather the cotton thinner at the bottom so it grips the mesh and thicken it up a little towards the top so the cotton is at a slight taper... Almost like a q-tip. I kinda roll it in my fingers to tighten the cotton on the mesh and help form it a bit. Then it threads right into the coils like a glove. If you need to replace cotton at some point, unthread and torch cotton off, rewrap cotton, dry burn coils, rethread new wick in coils and vape away... Quick and easy.
The main point is to insulate from the AGA t2 and to keep them coils wet, especially with duals. The cotton brings out more flavor and vapor but the mesh still provides that "cleaner"/crisp hit. I love it... If you try it, post back how you like it.