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I was wondering how can I get a larger cloud?
Based on what you posted in your intro thread, looks like you have a pretty good start with the Atlantis. I can't help you much there, but sure others will be along to point you in the right direction.
thanks can you change the voltage on your box mods?
You'll have to give us more information on how you're vaping now.
The basics are use a larger chambered atty, have enough airflow for the power, have enough power and use high VG juice.
Yes, but I adjust the wattage. The IPV mini 2 goes up to 70 watts and Sigelei 100W Plus up to 100. But normal use is 24 - 35 watts and an occasional 50 - 60 using the Herakles sub tank. But the extra watts gives a longer battery life which is my main benefit.
ok as of now im using an atlantis tank with a skeleton key mod
With a mech mod you have no control of the power applied to your atomizer. The resistance of the atty is the only control.
With a mech mod your choice of batteries is a primary concern.
About 20- 25 watts is max with an 0.5 ohm coil in an Atlantis on that mod with a fresh battery.
Not really an efficient combination.
This will be a long journy. Enjoy it!
Honestly, when I'm cloud chasing, I just vape pure USP VG. No PG, no flavoring, no nicotine, just VG. This is clearly not my everyday vape, but it's what you want for pure cloud chasing.
If you want to get into cloud chasing, you will want to look into an RDA for your mod. If you just want to get the best possible cloud production from your Atlantis, I would highly recommend considering a box mod.
Building your own coils on an RDA with efficient wicking. You can somewhat get away with a crappy build but you can't get away with a crappy wick.
One of the best "bang for the buck" mods would be the iStick 50w (imho)
You want clouds, go with an RDA, build your own coils, experiment!
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