I will try it on all my PV's. Provari V1, robust and 14500 VV thing I have.
if you were asking about the provari v1 running a sub 1 ohm coil, i dont think it will, because of the 2.5 amp limit on the v-1, i believe you would need a resistance of about 1.2 ohms. now on the v-2 which has a 3.5 amp limit you can run a resistance down to 0.8 ohms.
Originally Posted by ricks
sorry, you wanted the 2.1 ohm coil on the provari, no problems. it was another post about the 1 ohm coil, not yours.
Originally Posted by vapdivrr
I'm using 32 ga. a1 kanthal, and 5 wraps for around 2.1 ohms on a did clone. I'm pre wraping around a tube that's a little over 2mm in diameter, with close coils and I go between the bottom and middle nut of the center post.
on a provari I have gotten it to .8ohms, but you can't go above 3volts (3.1 max)
Originally Posted by Marthag
my experience at least
WAY too much thinking goin on here....
why is everyone over complicating this...
Start off with 4/5 wraps...
TOO HOT - add a coil
TOO COOL - take out a coil
GOOD - dont touch it and continue vaping.
due to the fact that different tanks take different thickness of wicks, and no two wicks will be exact dia.
getting that coil to ohm out exactly to whatever ohms you want is more trouble than it needs to be.
just wrap it, have a vape and take away or add coils as your taste buds dictate.
cuz that is all you can actually do....
If you have a VV / VW than you have more room to play, but with VV/VW you can wrap a 3ohm and still have some fun.
i was stuck in a 1.8-2.0 ohm CE2 phase for a long time.... once i got into rebuildables, i tried really hard to stay in that range without satisfaction.
Only when i stopped caring about ohms, did i find my own sweet spot at 1.2 Ohms
All I have to say is, This will be fun! I am looking forward to playing with my new set up. I just have to figure out the best size and type of wire to use. Who sells the best selection of wire and mesh?
wire and mesh is also subjective, we can only suggest what works for us.
i use 400 & 500 mesh depending on the atty it is going into.
I personally like 30ga. as it is thick enough to last a long time without popping like the 32ga.
i have 28ga. i like the hit it gives, but it takes way too long to heat up...
this is just my personal observation. YMMV
I'm using 100% PG. Does that matter?
Originally Posted by BuzzKilla
not from my experience, I've only experienced wicking issues with high VG in my setups. And that is the general thought around ECF.
Originally Posted by ricks
I see no problems if you are using PG e-liquid.
for reference i tend to stick to a 50PG-50VG mix.
I've experience slow wicking from overly tightened wicks.... High school has tough me many things, lol
but i may be doing something else that i havent been able to notice.
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