Published by JeremyR in the blog JeremyR's blog.
Heres my video [/QUOTE]
First wick at 5 min vape time .. 1.4 // 32 @ 5.5v stacked zmax
About a Proper wick just soaked you can go slightly lighter as long as you don't lose contact when broke in that's most important.
What happens when you don't use enough, this is first wick after an hour..
See the gap, you'll have poor contact across the top of the coil. Causing the coil to dry.
2nd wick well broke in... 4 hours 1.4 // 32 @ 5.8 v I could have went a little lighter on the density in something like a tiafun also.
Most important is use the density that stays in full contact, a light contact is optimol. So straight out. Or enough that your soaked wick is juicing the whole circumference of the coil. If you keep the wick in juice the lighter you can go while not loosing juice contact at the coil the better it will work and the longer coil life before gunking.. So if you run a long time with no gunking and no drying... You know your used the optimol density for your set-up
It essentially should look like a good wick when broke in.[/QUOTE]
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