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    I'm running a 3/4 wrap of 32ga kanthal on a 400 mesh straw wick in an AGA T2 with the air hole drilled to 1/16. I think I'll drill it out a bit bigger though. I prefer the straw wick over ss rope.

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    okcvapes the fatty v1 on smoktech natural 3/4 wraps 28awg cotton wick like seriously half a ball worth

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    Currently I'm running a 10 wrap microcoil of 32ga kanthal with a cotton wick in a mini RDA on top of a KTS+ Mechanical Mod. I'm really loving this setup and haven't really used anything else since getting the microcoil going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vash View Post
    Anyone here have a A7 ?
    Im curious if I build a vertical SS mesh wick on it do I just have wick sitting on air hole in center of the posts or insert it into the airhole ? I saw pic of it set up like this but no info on it.
    I have a chalice, which is similar to the A7 in that the juice hole is in the center of the bowl, between the posts. It's not good to obstruct or stick the wick in there because it negates the draining benefit resulting in flooding.

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    How's your air hole setup for something like that? Single dual?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdib View Post
    You mean with the loopie in the middle? Fold wire in half around a toothpick or drill bit, then wrap from center out. I saw a coil like that in some instructions for a cheapo atty, once. I used to use it when it was important for a build to have the legs come out of the same side of the coil. Here, I used it to allow for space/wick in the middle, as I thought maybe a 0.5Ω Micro-coil could use a little more wick to keep it wet.



    Must buy 26 ga wire

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Kim View Post
    Must buy 26 ga wire
    ↑ ↑ 26 Nichrome . . . . . . . . (= 25 Kanthal in resistance)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amish3006 View Post
    How's your air hole setup for something like that? Single dual?
    It's a single enlarged to 1/16. The top (SS and hefty) is a bear to drill. I recently retired it for the summer cause it doesn't do humidity as well asy RM2s, I suspect due to relatively compact chamber size and air hole location. It is crazy good in cooler, dryer weather though.

    I still think every bottom feed junky should own one (many have). They are a magnificent piece of engineering and quite beautiful with an amazing vape. I suspect that all of Mark Bugs products are of the same high quality. No other atty even comes close to the build quality of this beast.

    I bet an opposing airhole would make this a better warm weather vape, but I'm not going to mess with it cause its too damn good when its cool and dry (7 months out of the year for me)

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    A bottom feeder is Next on my list. I spend too many hours a day driving.

    I get"Don't drip and drive" stuck in my head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amish3006 View Post
    A bottom feeder is Next on my list. I spend too many hours a day driving.

    I get"Don't drip and drive" stuck in my head.
    Bro, come visit us over in the REOsmods forum here on ECF:

    http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/reos-mods/

    You only think you are vaping until you start using a REO
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