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    Hey guys I have a vamo v5 and a nemesis mod and I have been using a vivi nova tank on both.
    What delivery system or set up should I use to get more vapor with out changing the Pv/vg of my liquid.

    Should I mod the tanks or get pro tanks or automizer?
    Feel free to post links to vids that explain and will help me set up my vape machines.

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    I've had good results with a cheap rda. it looks like a milk bottle (from mad vapes). i drilled out the air inlet a bit to let it breath a little better and with 100% vg juice from virgin vapor it puts out some pretty big clouds.

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    also works well with whatever mix halo uses.

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    for tanks I like the Kayfun Lite+

    It is an RBA so you do need to learn to build coils but the kayfun is simple to build and works great with the adjustable air flow

    Stay away from genesis style RBA's (RSST, AGA-T etc) they have a HUUUGGGGE learning curve to get to work right and also have other issues - IMO

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    The way to dial in on the exact vapor production and flavor you want is easiest with different types of rebuildable atomizers knows as RDAs(rebuildable dripping atomizers) and RBAs(rebuildable atomizers). Although these tanks and drippers can offer a much better vaping experience they also require a good amount of knowledge on not only how to build your coil and wick but also battery safety. Attached a picture of my current tank set up which has been producing an extremely large amount of vapor. *Do not attempt to build such a coil with out good amount of knowledge and understanding of how to build coils, check for shorts, and calculate amps your battery is rated for to determine if your coil is safe*
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    Rba rba rba
    Happiness is found in Jesus Christ and a perfectly built RBA :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakota Jim View Post
    for tanks I like the Kayfun Lite+

    It is an RBA so you do need to learn to build coils but the kayfun is simple to build and works great with the adjustable air flow

    Stay away from genesis style RBA's (RSST, AGA-T etc) they have a HUUUGGGGE learning curve to get to work right and also have other issues - IMO
    I luv my RSST only reason it has such a huge learning curve is because of all the different ways you can set it up, so many wonderful options to choose from. I finally settled with Silica wic 3mm in tank feeding a bed of cotton below the coil and a wick of cotton in the coil. Very juicy set up, lots of flavor and oodles of vapor to boot.
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    Without changing your PG/VG ratio, you can certainly modify your tanks/atomizers to allow for increased airflow = increased vapor production. Its cheaper than buying another atomizer, but keep in mind an increase in air flow decreases the flavor intensity of the juice your vaping. Once you step into rebuildable atomizers (caution here - experience recommended), your build dictates much of your vapor production/flavor intensity.

    There is a trade off here and its important to have a balance to suit your vaping style.

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