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Cloud comp tips

Discussion in 'Cloud Chasers' started by Clay Bungart, Jul 29, 2015.

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  1. Clay Bungart

    Clay Bungart Full Member

    Jun 30, 2015
    Well i signed up for my first cloud comp today. Its not for another 2 and a half weeks. But I'm just looking for some tips. Currently I'm using the Snow wolf 200W. Im pretty sure I'm going use my alliance RDA. Im also thinking about getting a different box for the comp. The abs tank crosser. I guess my real question is what wire should i use. how many wraps and diameter. Rules were no going over 100 Watts if you use a regulated box mod and no going under .1 ohms
     
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  2. Hans Wermhat

    Hans Wermhat Vaping Master

    Jun 9, 2015
    Texas
    Of the gear I have, I get the biggest, densest clouds out of my CLT2+ with claptons. 28 wrapped with 32. 6 wraps, 1/4" ID. About .24ohms. Needs 80W to fire it, but will blow through 1.5ml 95% VG in a single puff if your lungs can take it. 2 puffs in my living room and I can't see my TV.
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  3. Clay Bungart

    Clay Bungart Full Member

    Jun 30, 2015
    Is that kanthal cause I was thinking of doing 24 and 28 or maybe use ni-80
     
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  4. Hans Wermhat

    Hans Wermhat Vaping Master

    Jun 9, 2015
    Texas
    Its Kanthal. I use N80 in all my other drippers and build to around .2 - .25 for a dually. But those claptons make bigger clouds than anything else I have. The CLT has the biggest airflow too, and I find it cools N80 coils as I draw on it. Clouds suffer because the coils don't stay hot enough.
     
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  5. VapeGoon_2015

    VapeGoon_2015 Full Member

    Sep 18, 2015
    Chicago
    I used 24g 28g clapton Nicrome 80 and you will prob need more then 100w for it. Its just a wicked coil. I run mine about 110 to get a good heat off it and get it cooking good.
     
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