Is 1.8 better ? I don't even know Im a newbie, was thinking my 2.5 ones are duds
Thinking my SID has voltage inaccuracy problems. Because I follow the chart on setting voltage based on my resistance reading and still having issues.
sometimes it's personal choice,,,,or the juice makes a difference,,,everyone says take the Ohms and add 2 to get the best volts,,,,,
2.4 ohms +2 would be about 4.4 volts,,,,,,,,
I can't go that high, it just tastes burnt on my peach juice,,,,,
now my green apple,,,,,,,,yep, no problems going that high.
I'm using 2.2's, they're Kangartech but they will read off .2-/+. 1.8 is hot....2.5 is cooler.
CE5+ and T2 Clearomizer Replacement head $7.99
Replacement Heads for Kanger ProTank (5 pack) $8.95
and I just happen to be using my SID right now with a PT2
Last edited by NiNi; 10-27-2013 at 10:45 PM.
how's your stock of peroxide? I mean alcohol, wipe the battery and tank threads with it..... that should help the connection. I prefer 1.8 but have had no real issues with higher resistance on a variable device . most variable devices will adjust to provide the same vape regardless of the resistance. 9 watts is a round general wattage, but you may fine more or less wattage works better for your tastes / senses
2.4 ohm at 9 watts = 4.64758 volts
2.2 ohm at 9 watts = 4.44972 volts
2.0 ohm at 9 watts = 4.24264 volts
1.8 ohm at 9 watts = 4.02492 volts
Ya high for me too...right now Im vaping plume room banana pudding 60/40 mix with a 2.5 on my SID and just tasting not like it did yesterday
Originally Posted by CommaHolly
I get anything past 3.7 and it burns and then seems coil is doomed after that.. taste i can't get rid of after it happens
Once you burn on a coil, you may not even be able to get rid of the burnt taste with a good cleaning.
You need to figure out WHY you're getting that burn in the first place - you shouldn't, but it may actually be WORSE with lower resistance.
I found that I would get "dry hits" and then burning on a ProTank because not enough juice got to the coil. I fixed this by pulling the air stem off the coil/head, and with tweezers, removing about 1/2 of the wick that lies across the top. Look for "remove flavor wick on ProTank" here or on YouTube to see exactly how to do this. Now I'm happy with my ProTanks...
(and I use 2 ohm coils at 4 volts all the time).
That sounds about right , That's what I use on that type coil .
Do you have one of those business cards with the volt settings on the back ?
works like a champ for me !
I do have a card with it on it
Originally Posted by second2none
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