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First build Narda style RDA

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  1. Enso

    Enso Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 31, 2017
    Vermont, USA
    Hi All,

    I have a Narda clone on the way, it'll be my first RBA. I would like to make a 316L coil around 1ohm. I'm trying to plan the gauge and internal diameter. I'd like to use a 26 gauge for its hardiness, but maybe thinner would be better? And the internal diameter, what is a balanced size? Not so small that it dries out the wick and not so big that it's sloppy...
    Judging from the videos I've watched, the inside of this thing looks tiny. Would it be tough to fit a 1ohm ss coil in a restricted space?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Darth Omerta

    Darth Omerta Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 22, 2015
    I use a 2.38mm(3/32") drill bit for wrapping my coils, not too big, not too small, for me they're just right. Currently running dual 24 guage coils at .3 so each coil individually is a .6ohm coil. If you use 26 guage and a 2.38mm ID then you will be doing about 8 wraps which should fit just fine in your atty.

    Check out Steam Engine to calculate your coil builds. Its a great tool for building.

    Steam Engine | free vaping calculators
     
  3. Enso

    Enso Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 31, 2017
    Vermont, USA
    Thanks, that sounds like a very reasonable starting point. I was looking at steam engine and my values were kinda wonky, which prompted me to ask
     
  4. petrotech

    petrotech Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Feb 9, 2015
    indiana
    In my Narda, I have a 9 wrap, 1.5 mm I'D, N80 coil. Comes in at .8 ohms. Nice flavor. Next coil I'll probably do a 3mm coil and try to center it with "X" wicking. Instead of doing it diagonally.

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