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Favorite Build and Atty for Clouds

Discussion in 'Cloud Chasers' started by westonG, Oct 25, 2014.

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  1. westonG

    westonG Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 27, 2014
    San Diego, CA
    So what are your guys' favorite builds for cloudchasing? mine currently is 22G Arsenal parallels, 3/4 wrap around a 3mm screwdriver lifted and centered on the Mutation X sitting at .08ohm, with a drip top (the one that fits the Tugboat V2) sitting on my brass Rig mod..
  2. DaveSignal

    DaveSignal Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 23, 2014
    Just put together a Tobh (with chuff top cap) and a Dark Horse with .09 builds. They are both dual 24 gauge parallel coils. The Tobh is 4/3 wrap around the end of a multimeter probe (probably about 3/32) and the Dark Horse is 5/4 wrap. I was able to get the coils closer in the to the posts in the Dark Horse + I think it has better conductivity, which is why they came out to the same resistance.... but they both chuck the clouds instantly and are a dense warm vape. It would be too hot if I didn't have the wide-bore top caps. The are wicked with open space below the coils to further help with airflow cooling.

    ETA: The Tobh is not centered, since I don't want to remove the tabs on an authentic RDA. The Dark Horse coils are mostly centered, as in they are pushed toward the center post, but not so much that the positive coil legs bend at an angle.
    Sometimes I do center post builds, but I usually find that I can make just as much vapor without completely centering. Also, the resistance is lower since I don't have to do any bending with my coil legs.
  3. DaveSignal

    DaveSignal Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 23, 2014
    Today I have a Tugboat with a simple .21 ohm 24 gauge dual coil. Its a sleeper coil, as are all of my dual coil builds. This is a simple center post build, not as hot as the lower ohm builds... its barely warm actually with the steam stack top cap. It makes massive clouds, I can take longer drags, and I have to re-drip less often. This is a good build for today.

    ETA: It is 6 wraps (counting half-wraps so 6/5) around my multimeter probe.
  4. DaveSignal

    DaveSignal Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 23, 2014
    Just built an Onslaught with three 24-gauge 5 wrap coils. I think it came out to .15 ohm. I have other spools with different gauges of wire, but I generally like 24 gauge. Its so easy to build with. This peach juice I have from killerliquid is perfect in it. Its like a warm and juicy peach. wonderful. And it chucks.

    I am surprised that nobody else has any builds for this thread.
  5. V43L1N

    V43L1N Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 29, 2014
    So. MD
    3 Strand twisted 28g 6/7 wraps @ .24Ω in Plume Veil 1.5, all sitting on a Stingray Xti.
    I prefer twisted 28 over 24/22. I get better flavor and bigger clouds.

    I tried a Mutation X with twisted 28, 26 and 24. Weak clouds compared to the Plume, maybe I just haven't figured out how to build with it properly yet.
  6. 1990FOXBODY

    1990FOXBODY Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 3, 2013
    Bryan, Texas
    I have an ('ol school) IGO-W dualed at .38ohm and a JB Steamworks Big Bore top cap. Run it on my dual parallel box mod. Clouds like nothing else. IMG_20141030_161119_663.jpg
  7. owmang

    owmang Senior Member

    Jul 3, 2014
    New Zealand`
    Build: 22g dual parallel around a 1/8" coming out at 0.09, or dual 20g 0.1.
    Atty: either a plume veil wide open with the delrin insulator out if im going for a warmer more dense looking cloud, or a tobh clone with a doge competition cap and the stock airflow drilled out bigger for slightly less density and bigger distance clouds
  8. politbureau

    politbureau Senior Member

    Sep 24, 2014
    Ottawa, Ontario
    Infinite Stingray X
    Upgraded FDV magnets
    Sony VCT5
    Hybrid adapter
    Stillare v3
    3 x 26G coils
    6/7 wraps around 2mm bit
    ~.25 ohm total
    Japanese KGD Cotton
    Chuff 'low' drip tip
    65-70W on fresh battery

    Infinite Cartel Copper
    Upgraded Springs
    Sony 26650
    Stillare 26650 5-post
    4 x 26G coils
    5/6 wraps around 2mm bit
    ~.25 ohm total
    Japanese KGD Cotton
    Chuff 26650 'low' drip tip
    65-70W on fresh battery

    Dark Horse
    2x Sony VCT5
    2 x 28G coils
    6/7 wraps around 2mm bit
    ~0.5 ohm total
    Rayon wick
    Large Delrin Tip
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