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    Default Smoktech RSST and a (insert mechanical mod here)?

    Just got a smoktech RSST and for the money, this thing is awesome. Looking for a new mechanical mod to add to the arsenal. Any thoughts?

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    The RSST is a dead on 22mm Genny. Most all high end mech. mods have settled on 22mm diameter. Hence the 18650 batteries are 18mm and the mod exterior is 22mm. It depends on how much you want to spend on the mod. The Smoktek Natural is 22mm and so are many other cheaper China mods and many high end also. You'll need to decide between a mechanical mod, no wires and can use very low 0hm wraps or a regulated mod with a dna20 fir instance. Good luck, daze

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    looks good on a smoktech natural

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    Here's mine on a Gus G22 mod

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    I gotta say it looks good on the natural but you gotta sand down the top cap to make it sit flush. That way itll all be made in china lol. I have that as a daily use and a all philippino mod for the cloud blowing.

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    If i was to use an RSST on a Provari what gauge Kanthral would be required and how many coils needed for about 2ohms ?

    I am concidering the leap into RBA's and the local b&m sell the RSST.

    Please accept my appologies if i have hijacked the thread,

    I thought it pointless to start a new one seeing as you are on the subject of RSST's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kycap View Post
    If i was to use an RSST on a Provari what gauge Kanthral would be required and how many coils needed for about 2ohms ?

    I am concidering the leap into RBA's and the local b&m sell the RSST.

    Please accept my appologies if i have hijacked the thread,

    I thought it pointless to start a new one seeing as you are on the subject of RSST's.
    No hijack, it's all good - I tried different wraps on the povari and other regulated devices - I'm at the point where I'm convinced to not even mess and just get a mechanical. The higher the gauge and wraps the more resistance. You will get an error on the provari below 1.5 ohms. There are people that know a lot more about this than me on Ecf.
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    To use with my RBAs and RDAs, I preordered this, which will be my first mech.

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    RSST on an EA mod

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