Best Tank for Provari

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  1. Lumiis

    Lumiis Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Was wandering which was the best tank for the Provari.

    Meaning: Which fits the best, which works the best, which is less hassle, and easiest to fill and maintain.

    Any and all suggestions would be great, as I know NOTHING about tanks.

    TIA ~Lumiis
     
  2. PKZap27

    PKZap27 Resting In Peace ECF Veteran

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    Hi Lumiis!

    Check this thread out!

    Tank System Master List

    Some of the links have pictures with tanks on the ProVari!

    I give my recommendation for the best tank system in that thread as well.

    Hope this helps.

    PKZ
     
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  4. CDATundra

    CDATundra Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Lumis...PKZ's thread is excellent. Take a look. That being said, I use a few different tanks on my ProVari. I use a MAP, a JonBoy, and a VPX. They are all good, but you must be willing to put some time into them. They need to be cleaned, and dry burned. To do that, I tear them down completely and when they need to be refilled, I pop the top off and fill it up. I would say none of them are hassle free, but I like them enough that I am willing to put the effort into them. Good luck with your decision.
     
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    Dimitris Super Member ECF Veteran

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    here is a photo of it
     
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  10. Lumiis

    Lumiis Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Holy crap! I wasn't expecting so many answers so soon.

    Thanks for all the pics and links, I wasn't sure if there were tanks that fit better or worked any better on the Vari than others.

    Anyone know which resistance works best with these tanks on the Vari? (Also what is considered standard resistance?)

    Again, thanks for all the quick replies!
     
  11. PKZap27

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  12. Wylie

    Wylie Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    With a tank, I like 3.0Ω at 4.8 - 5.6v personally. It depends on the juice. Some juices I like with a little less voltage, but rarely higher.
     
  13. bowhunterr2001

    bowhunterr2001 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I use a jonboyusmc tank 3.2ohm at 5.1 volts on my chrome provari.. I used to use a MAP tank but my juice just destroy's the poly tubes on the MAP..
     
  14. sierra22

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    and just so you are not confused, the MAP tank and the VPX tank are the same thing, the VPX IS a MAP tank, just with a different name and a different vendor, the only difference between the two is Nhaler offers different color tubes
     
  15. PKZap27

    PKZap27 Resting In Peace ECF Veteran

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    If you purchase the original MAP Tank from the right vendor it comes with Polycarbonate tubing.

    The tubing used for the jonboyusmc tanks is Lexan which is the same thing as Polycarbonate?

    Lexan is a brand name for Polycarbonate.

    I have never had a polycarbonate MAP Tank tube crack on me. However, I have heard from a couple of memebers who purchase MAP tank from the classified having cracking issues.
     
  16. valour

    valour Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    vapemate on my satin silver provari :)

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  17. belialNZ

    belialNZ Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Looks like a good color match, is that the silver, or titanium vapemate?
     
  18. valour

    valour Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    its the Silver one :)
     
  19. Stownz

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    Iatty from GG is the best. 5ml capacity, no burnt tire failomizer taste, and rebuildable atty 8)
     
  20. Wylie

    Wylie Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Are they already out, Stownz???
     
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