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Easy way to coil a rematty

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  1. Subohmies

    Subohmies Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Hi guys heres a tutorial on how to coil a Rematty BF version from CH and how to eliminate the hot tip issue.
    My build is 24g 2.4mm 8 wraps
    I usually torch and pinch my coil before instling
    Here is how im doing it
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    Loosen all the screw
    To give you much room to position the coil, shortened the coil leg, keep the leg inside the deck
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    Position your tweezer to both side of the negative post and push the coil in
    While doing that, tighten the negative screw
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    Same on the other side
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    Now position your coil and tighten the positive post and you are ready to wick
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    Make sure the coils are low enough not to touch the top cap
    The picture below show you why the drip tip is hot (mine have a small gap between the screw and the cap)
    The drip tip part of the top cap was actually touching the negative screw.
    To prevent this you need to tighten your negative screw real tight and not to trap your coil to the screw head.
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    I have been chain vaping this thing without any hot tip issue.
    I get great flavor and huge clouds too from thos build

    Hope it hepls ;)
     
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  2. Mr.Mann

    Mr.Mann ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Dec 30, 2011
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    Thanks for putting this up. Seems simple on screen but I know this atty to build on was creating a headache for some.
     
  3. Subohmies

    Subohmies Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Yeah...is pain in the butt because of the negative post
    But the tweezer saved the day
     
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  4. havok333

    havok333 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 2, 2012
    Chapin, SC
    Yes, that tweezers trick is a great idea. I used a small flathead driver and fumbled around quite a bit with it.
     
  5. Andromendous

    Andromendous Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 12, 2014
    Oklahoma, USA
    I dont have this rdra, but how do you get the lead off the coil to wrap around the bottom then point straight out to the post like that? Is it magic??
     
  6. Subohmies

    Subohmies Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    This rda negative post are different from other rda...is not a hole is a cut out
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  7. Mr.Mann

    Mr.Mann ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Dec 30, 2011
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    With these tips, you are not helping me save money. Thanks, damn you! (LOL) I was on the fence specifically becasue I heard building on it was a pain. You are taking the pain away...maybe not from my vape-budget thouhg.
     
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  8. Subohmies

    Subohmies Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    At least i saved you $8 from buying a slam cap for it...lol
     
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  9. Mr.Mann

    Mr.Mann ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Dec 30, 2011
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    Yeah, this atty is a serious pain in the you know what to build on. It's not that it's "so advanced" or anything, it's just a very bad design (though the idea could've worked more effectively had it been thought out better). This makes the Veritas build look as easy as installing a pre-made coil head in a clearo!

    But anyway, I am looking at this photo here and I don't understand how that build would actually work. Those neg screws look far too high up for the top cap. There is very little clearance with the neg screws and top cap when trapping 24 g, and that looks more like 22 g. Notice how the neg screw heads are on the same plane, if not higher, than the pos post screw head. Maybe I am missing something?
     
  10. Subohmies

    Subohmies Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I've tried 22g with no issue
    Yes the negative screw touched the top cap but as long as you don't trap your wire on top of the screw you're all good
    I also tilt my coil to eliminate spit back. This is still my current fav atty. Good flavour and cloud.
     
  11. Mr.Mann

    Mr.Mann ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I got my first successful build after stepping away and gathering myself. It went quickly actually. I used 26 gauge and it worked fine with a center-post build. Now, I can't say that I like this atty becasue there is no valid reason (IMO) that building should be this problematic for its users (I did some checking on user-experiences). Having said that, the flavor is right up there with the best from a dipper I've ever gotten. For real, it's actually that good! Fantastic vape. Too bad I would neva-eva recommend this to anyone just looking to get a fantastic vape from a dripper. Such a simple thing that had it been different, this atty would be hot. Maybe I would recommend it to someone that doesn't mind fumbling with wire just to do something simple like, well, rebuild a dripper that has three posts. But, if they are truly deft (like I imagine @Subohmies is), then I'd say go for it if you must.
     
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