Another build on the kayfun.
Got bored as usual, and i was thinking,
of ALL the fancy hyped up builds, the one build that actually worked bloody well for me was the diamond coil on my drippers.
No clue why (not a build pro), but I would imagine it has something to do with the way the airflow flows right through the wires (again, puuuuure speculation).
SO. seemed perfect for a kayfun.
here goes. 2 strands of wires,
Updated 07-08-2014 at 08:05 AM by TheKiwi
Ello! This should be quick!
I have an earlier post on the double barrel coils build on a KFL.
Here's another one!
30ga, 5/64 drill bits, 14 wraps. 1.4 ohms
The main difference is that this time, both coils are mounted in-line with the 2 post screws, as opposed to perpendicular to them.
Wrapping 2x identical coils on 2 different drill bits, mount them babies IN LINE with the positive and negative posts. I wrap
Well! Ello! Kinda got lazy but. here I am!
So today's build is gonna be a dual chimney build for the Fogger v4 (which btw is a ridiculously good RTA for a solid price).
I love chimney builds, but wicking a dual chimney in a Aqua/Fogger v4 type atty always stumped me.
ANYWAYS. I haz it figured out finally and I love it. So here goes. 10 wraps of 28 gauge, around 5/64. Net resistance = 0.9 ohms. (using 11 wraps = 1.2 ohms. works every single time)
Updated 07-08-2014 at 08:06 AM by TheKiwi
So I know I originally intended to only blog about random builds that I've figuring out, but it just dawned on me that there are SO many important information out there in ECF, except that they are buried in MASSIVE threads. so I figured I'm gonna start compiling and categorizing these information; mostly just because it'll be useful for my own reference, and well, it would turn out to be useful for some folks.
First thing! If anyone is looking for:
1) a source of replacement
Updated 07-08-2014 at 08:12 AM by TheKiwi
For the good folks who know me, I've recently procured a handdrill.
You see, I've always been a huge skeptic of bold exaggerated claims, and twisted wires was one of those things. It simply did not make sense to me that twisting the wires could necessarily make such a huge difference in the vape experience.
Needless to say, I've been proven wrong. Very, very wrong.
In the past month, I've experimented with:
1) double 32ga
2) triple 32ga
Updated 04-21-2014 at 11:53 PM by TheKiwi