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Plz can u tell me what gives bigger clouds, mouth to lung inhale or dIrect lung hit, thanks
Direct lung hit, since you will be using the whole lung volume, not just what fits in your mouth...
Direct lung, oils directly over the airflow.
I find oils not that tasty
theres a bit more to it than direct to lung hits... you need the equipment to be right too.... not going to get a bunch of vapor off of a CE4 and an Ego 650
Well yes, of course. But he asked specifically about the vaping technique.
I am just a bit curious as why he was asking, I would suspect that having the right equipment would more or less lead directly to the answer.
I have a mudder vv battery set at 4.8 volts and a aspire nautalis set at biggest air hole. Pretty new to this but the big clouds keep me off the analogues for some reason
The aspire nautilus is a nice vapor, but it is not a cloud chasing vapor in my opinion.
Thanks for the advice everybody
Yeah and having good lung capacity is half the battle. Could you imagine having the ultimate setup in the hands of a 100 year old Great Grandpa..Not so much.
the air flow on the nautilus is a little tight for bigger clouds but not impossible i used to do lung inhales and make a small gap around the drip tip to get a little more airflow which seemed to help
What do people recommend instead of the nautalis to get the bigger clouds, on pay day lol I might get a more powerful set up what would u recommend
Have a look at the Kanger Sub Tank Mini
TFV4 has got good airflow and with correct coil and 90% - 100% VG you'll get huge clouds. Be careful with 100% VG though as you must take shorter draws due to wicking being slower with 100% VG's density.
just remember you have to make sure your battery can handle the setup!! For the love of god dont get a TFV4, drop the .15ohm quad coil in and think its going to be able to fire on any mod..... Same with the Subtank. Im not familiar with your specific battery, but it would do you a LOT of benefit to find out what types of sub-ohm loads it can handle before you go all willy-nilly trying to get the big clouds with one of the afore mentioned Tanks.
Lung hit with my delta 2, rba built to 0.9, 7 wraps of 26g at 3mm wide. It's not hard
Wow is all I can say
Hey brother, nice photo..... That's the type of clouds that surround me most of the time.
I always recommend the delta to people it's a beast
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