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Cloud chasing from a tank

Discussion in 'Cloud Chasers' started by TheOdessa, Jan 15, 2015.

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  1. TheOdessa

    TheOdessa Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 1, 2014
    Tampa, Florida
    Thus far the only tank I found that produces nice clouds similar to a dripper out of the box is the Atlantis with it's awesome airflow. Any other tank suggestions? I tried the Lemo and the air flow just isn't there like the Atlantis.
     
  2. 1990FOXBODY

    1990FOXBODY Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 3, 2013
    Bryan, Texas
    I like my Atlantis...... but I like my new Kanger Subtank beter. I can lung hit with the OCC coils and the taste is a step above the Atlantis, IMO.
     
  3. NateHevens

    NateHevens Senior Member ECF Veteran

    I just got the Kanger Subtank, as well (my first major tank). I haven't used the OCC coils, yet. Using the dual-coil rebuildable now, which is at an admittedly disappointing 1.14 ohms... well, disappointing in terms of clouds, anyways. I'm actually seriously enjoying the flavor quite a bit. Gonna hit the 0.5 OCC coils as soon as it's empty of the current juice.

    I'm going to try and build low on the dual-coil RDA... 0.4 or even 0.3, assuming the Kanger Subtank can handle builds that low? Will be interesting to see what the clouds are like with builds lower than 0.5, if it's possible.
     
  4. wheelie

    wheelie Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 12, 2014
    Ont. Canada
  5. NateHevens

    NateHevens Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Huh. A friend of mine did a comparison of the two, and the Kanger clouds were much bigger. I know it isn't just builds that go in to getting clouds, but watching her was what convinced me to get the Kanger instead of the Kayfun. I'm going to try lower builds on the Kanger, too... unless people tell me I shouldn't.

    That Kayfun kit you bought does look nice, but also looks like a mess to keep together. The Kanger is straight-forward in terms of putting it together and building on it and using it... how straight-forward is the Kayfun you got?
     
  6. SonHouse

    SonHouse Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 7, 2013
    Seminole
    I'm having really good luck with my UD Goblin so long as rebuildables are in the picture. 2 X 3 mm = mucho airflow.
     
  7. Train2

    Train2 ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 11, 2013
    CA, USA
    Yeah I've been looking at Goblin, or the Silverplay...
     
  8. Sir Pouncival

    Sir Pouncival Senior Member Verified Member

    Nov 3, 2014
    Indianapolis, IN, USA
    I had a really good dual coil build in my AGA-T7 that blew some clouds. Great airflow but the tank is a pain to build.
     
  9. TheOdessa

    TheOdessa Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 1, 2014
    Tampa, Florida
    Does anyone know where I can pick up the UD Goblin for cheap?

    I was looking at the Delta II but it only comes with 1 ohm coils :(
     
  10. NateHevens

    NateHevens Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Triangle Vape has it for $27. Vaportek USA has it for $34.99

    I was really hoping that VaporDNA would have it, but I guess not. So I'd be interested in knowing if anyone else has a link to it. Never heard of those two stores, so don't know how reputable they are.
     
  11. BrentB423

    BrentB423 Full Member

    Jan 4, 2015
    chattanooga
    Delta II. My thickest juice at 60 watts. No dry hit and the flavor is crazy good! On stock .5 ohm coil
     
  12. BrentB423

    BrentB423 Full Member

    Jan 4, 2015
    chattanooga
    Delta II has .5 ohm coil in stock coils. The bra section comes stock with 1 ohm but you can change the coil
     
  13. Niten13

    Niten13 Super Member Verified Member

    Nov 18, 2014
    Tigard, OR, USA
    My silverplay has replace my dripped for clouds :p
    The subtank RBA section does amazing with 1 ohm single coils.. great clouds, runnning at 35 watts..
     
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  14. Gummy Bare

    Gummy Bare Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 2, 2012
    San Diego, California
    Check out videos of Dave modz (think that's his name)... He works at a vape shop in Hawaii. He does professional modifications on the kayfun 3.1. It will blow your mind regarding the size and thickness of clouds he gets from it.

    :: sent from android with tapatalk ::
     
  15. NateHevens

    NateHevens Senior Member ECF Veteran

    A lot of you are talking about the clouds with variable boxes. But what about unregulated mechanical mods?

    Like... say... the Nemesis, Maraxus, or Raijin?
     
  16. KC33

    KC33 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 24, 2013
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL USA
    You can use the majority, if not all, the tanks mentioned on your mechs. i used the Silverplay on my XXIX mod and it was an excellent vape.
     
  17. NateHevens

    NateHevens Senior Member ECF Veteran

    I think it's because they mention wattage and voltage, and I'm still having trouble working out how to figure out the wattage and voltage you get on mech mods.

    So here's another question... theoretically, would it be possible to have a tank (a rebuildable one, anyways) that could win cloud comps? And if so, how would you do it?
     
  18. KC33

    KC33 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 24, 2013
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL USA
    That's not gonna happen, there's way too many RDA's available specifically made for producing massive clouds. Tanks are more for a relaxing vape, at least for me. You might want to look at a Doge or Mutation X, which are pretty reasonable, for competition.

    ETA:

    when you are using a mech mod the voltage is controlled by your build and battery. The lower the Ohms are on your build and the more amps in your battery are going to give you the strongest vape. Just make sure that you know the basics on battery safety.
     
  19. NateHevens

    NateHevens Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Right. Which is why I said theoretically... :D

    Honestly, I wouldn't do it myself, I'm just curious how it might be done...

    I have so much stuff bookmarked (and read) on battery safety. When I first started using mechanical mods, I was determined not to have a pipe bomb while still working towards the biggest clouds I could get, so I've been trying to digest all of the safety things. In fact, I'll be getting safety fuses soon. I just can't decide between one-use and reusable...
     
  20. TheOdessa

    TheOdessa Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 1, 2014
    Tampa, Florida
    What coil are you running? They have 3 different coil types!! I run 100% VG juice as I am allergic to PG. The more I read about this Delta II tank, the more I want to buy it along with a Smok x65 mini mod to go with it.
     
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