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What tank or carto tank to use?

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  1. Lethal-Dose

    Lethal-Dose Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I'm thinking of getting some 70vg/30pg juice. And mostly I use kanker pro 2 tanks. I need to know what tank or anything is need to buy to run this juice.

    Like what ohm coil I need?
  2. dice57

    dice57 PV Exporer/Juice Saucier Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 1, 2013
    Mount Vernon, Wa
    What is your pvd? I'm into rba's. Haven't used a kanger product in many months. Your coil ohms will be dependent one what you are firing them with. Is your device variable? I personally use 80% VG in my juices, and vape at 15 watts. All my build on my rba's are capable of wicking enough juice at this level. Think the most you could push a pt is maybe 10 watts on stock heads, unless you rebuild your own coils. It should be able to handle 70% VG. Don't know for sure, like said, it's been awhile since I've used one. A kayfun, terminator, ithaka, fogger, most decent rba's are more than capable of wicking high VG juices, as long as your build is good. I mainly like my coils 1-1.4 ohms. When I used an ego battery and a PT, I preferred the 1.8 ohm coil heads. Get more watts out of them than a 2.2 or 2.5 ohm coil.

    Without knowing the specifics of your gear, can't really give any good advice on recommended atty's. The Aspire is a decent choice. blows the PT away.
  3. Lethal-Dose

    Lethal-Dose Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Well lets say I will use my svd vv/vw. And use a kanker pro tank 2 with a 2.2~2.4ohm coil head. Or I use a dct with a 1.5ohm dc carto.
  4. Lethal-Dose

    Lethal-Dose Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Anyone have any input please?
  5. suspectK

    suspectK Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 7, 2013
    How much sweet flavor is in your liquid? Ratio really doesn't matter.. boba's bounty(100% vg) is thinner and works better in cartomizers than even my 50/50 liquid from j-vape's...
  6. glowplug

    glowplug Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 1, 2013
    Lakewood, CO USA
    Ratio does matter. 100% vg is much thicker than 100% pg. As to the example you give, I can only presume that the boba's bounty is diluted with water or another thin substance. This is not uncommon. So, viscosity has to taken into consideration. A protank should handle the higher vg. Only one way to find out! I don't use higher vg mixtures so I can't offer experience. Thicker juices wick more slowly. Just physics. I have heard that cartos with the predrilled holes may not do as well while the ones with the slits may do better.

    Good luck
  7. H Niemand

    H Niemand Super Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 14, 2011
    Philly PA
    I use 70/30 or 50/50 vg/pg all the time. I use EVODS, CE4s and DCT tanks. I usually vape at 3.7 to 4.1 volts with no problem other than gunking quicker with dark juices. Get great plumes and flavor. I see no problem with a pro tank.
    I don't use a pro tank because I have a tendency to hold the tip of whatever in my teeth at times. Like now as I type.
  8. Lethal-Dose

    Lethal-Dose Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    What kind of coil should I run with? 2.2ohm 2.4ohm or more or less?
  9. H Niemand

    H Niemand Super Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 14, 2011
    Philly PA
    I use 1.8 to 2.4. Tend to use the lower in my VV devices.
  10. mark_klyne

    mark_klyne Full Member

    Aug 30, 2013
    fort smith arkansas
    I currently use a 50/50 mix with a SMOK UDCT carto with 1.7 Ohm carto's on a SMOK ringer batt I also have a vivi nova 3.5 on a stock eGo batt
  11. Baditude

    Baditude ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Apr 8, 2012
    Ridgeway, Ohio
    The resistance you use should be whatever your preference is. The only way to realize that is to try different ohms and see which YOU like. What someone else likes you may not. There are no rules written in stone.

    Lower resistance may produce a warmer vapor; higher resistance may produce a cooler vapor. Try each one out and see which you like.
  12. cr34npc

    cr34npc Full Member

    Oct 29, 2013
    Its all personal preference, but with higher res coils you will have to run higher voltage but play around with it till you find your sweet spot. If you plan on using a high vg juice in your protank I suggest taking one of the flavor wicks out from the coil so that it wicks better.If you need help with that there are plenty how to vdos on youtube.
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