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    Hey everyone! I recently purchased 2 triton VV batteries for my favorite e juice which is Tribeca. I'm having a hard time finding the sweet spot because anything over 3.8 seems to be burning the juice and burning the wicks a little. I'm using the recommended 3.0-3.2 ohm wicks which has me baffled why it's doing this. I've only been vaping for two months now so maybe I'm doing something wrong. Can someone offer me some help or advice? TIA
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    With that ohm coil you should be able to go higher than 3.8v. Maybe 3.8 is your sweet spot of Tribeca, have you tried any other flavors you liked?

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    Oh, are you tilting the battery upwards while you use it? Having a vv can vaporize the juice faster which would give you a burnt taste.

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    No I haven't tried my other juices with it yet. And yes, I hold the halo upwards while vaping.

    Am I doing it incorrectly by holding the battery up instead of down? Btw, thanks for your help.
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    Strange, you should be able to crank that bad boy up to at least 4.3v. How old is that coil? Did you clean it before the last fill up?

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    Brand new coil in brand new tank.

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    Weird. Maybe some of the others will check in and have something for you. Wish I could help more. I use the standard coils in mine and I'm good around 4.0-4.3v

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    I think you solved my problem for me. I wasn't titling the battery up high enough. Seems to be much better now. Thanks for your help!

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    Welcome fellow Halon,

    Nothing is broken and you're not crazy. Some flavors just tolerate heat more than others. One mans yuck is another mans yum... that's what the dial is for.

    I usually keep my VV at a constant 3.8. My tongue tells me that the regulation aspect alone makes the VV superior to the standard Triton, which always tastes burnt to me now on a fresh charge.

    Make sure you tip and roll the tank to keep the top wicks saturated, and give a little time between puffs if you're vaping a lot.

    3.0-3.2 ohm coils master race.
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    Thanks for the tips Greenleaf!
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