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Fluxomizer + 5v boxmod = burn

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  1. fuzzyface83

    fuzzyface83 Full Member

    Sep 17, 2010
    New Jersey
    I ordered some fluxomizers off gotvapes before they where out of stock. I ended up get the 2.8-3.0 ohm regs. I was using them on 3.7v and they worked ok . I went and built a 5v boxmod now they have a burnt taste them. From what I understand the 2.8-3.0 should be better on the 5v. Any insight on this would be awesome. Thank you in advance
  2. Kurt

    Kurt Quantum Vapyre ECF Veteran

    Sep 16, 2009
    These type of cartos, for whatever reason, seem to go against the usual ohm rules for attys on HV mods. I love 2.5 ohm attys on my 5V PV, nice strong vape as loong as the atty is wet. But my 3.2 ohm Flux/CE2 cartos are WAY too strong on 5V, and burn rapidly!! In fact, many vendors that sell these type of cartos say they should not be used on HV. I personally find that a 3.2 ohm flux on a regular 3.1V batt or eGo batt is perfect for me. Something about the CE2/flux design really gets a big bang for a 3.2 ohm carto. A 3.2 ohm atty or regular carto on a regular 3.1V batt would be way too weak, but these seem to break the rules. Makes those batts last much longer too. I think they should try to make 4 ohm or higher of this design for HV mods.
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