My question is specifically to the ITaste VTR, but applies to similar units that state to use unprotected batteries.
In my case it states "or damage may occur to unit." Even though I've read in non new member forum's that they can be used,(they specifically don't answer if damage will be done to either the battery or the unit.), and incorrectly stated that IMR batteries don't fit which I have 3 different 18650 protected batteries all fit fine, and even allowing me to fire a RBA at 0.6 ohms. I've even emailed support to Itaste which resulted in read the manual dummy type of answer. I understand that I should follow the manual, but I really REALLY like the VTR and to be able to fire at 1.0 ohms is fine or even 1.3 or maybe 1.5 like my Itaste SVD, but I don't want to destroy the unit or get some freak runaway battery blow up, ect. ect.
Does anyone know if I can safely fire it? I'm guessing so, but I will be limited to the 5amp rating I think will be the answer if so, I think I can live with that at a high voltage acting much like my mechanical K101 with kick or course with a piece of a business card to hold it in place (Ghetto and sucks to replace batteries which is frequent.) My SVD will not fire anything lower than 1.4, that's why I ordered the VTR allowing me to fire lower, I don't need to go to .2 or .3 or .4, but occasionally I'd like to get around .8 to 1.2 range without losing my fingers and catching my face on fire, or worse yet destroying my VTR.
P.S. This is my first post.