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    Default 26650 Battery Contender 50A continuous(?!?!!?)

    How can we get some of these? 50 amp continuous and 120 amp burst?!??!??

    I smell a group buy.....



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    Sweet Jesus !!!!

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    Only one thing though. The voltage is 3.2

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    Yeah A123 cells are actually pretty good cells but the voltage is lower so it won't work with most regulated mods.

    What is the mAh? Having a hard time reading the data sheet on my phone.
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    Well, my dreams are crushed.... If only it was 3.7 volt....

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    2500mah ... there goes the reason for the larger battery

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    I thought it was usually a trade-off between mAh and C rating...

    The reason for sub-ohmers like myself would be to stick it in a 26650 mech and run a .07 ohm coil well within the battery's continuous max discharge rating......

    That being said, after doing the math, you would be vaping at 146 watts... And 46 amps if you did a .07ohm build. I'm ordering these. :-)

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    Make sure to use the proper charger........

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    Was lookin at that. Probably going to purchase a LiFePO4 charger and separate it in the house so nothing... Gulp.... Happens


    On second thought, if I were to run a quad 6 wrap quad micro coil and the current 28AWG setup nets me .16-.18 ohms (depending on ID).... What gauge wire would I need to get the ohmage down to .07?

    Anyone know where I can get 2 gauge A-1 kanthal?

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