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new 50 watts mod

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  1. junior28186

    junior28186 Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Mar 21, 2014
    hi, i just bought a IPV2 50 watts box mod.... i already have a mechanical mod but this one is my first APV.

    i have a couple questions about the resistance and the power u can put in it.

    is there any difference beetween a coil at maybe .4 ohms and a coil at 3 ohms if i push 50watts on them? do they handle it the same way?

    also i have a kayfun lite plus.... i have heard a lot about people melting insulators.... do you know what wattage is the max for the kayfun?

    thank you very much
  2. steved5600

    steved5600 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 7, 2012
    Dallas, Texas
    I have the IPV V2 and there will be a difference. If you set a wattage and change resistance the voltage will have to change. Basic ohms law. Running high wattage on the kayfun or any atty for that matter can melt the insulator. Wish they had come out with a silicone type insulator but they are all plastic. Kidney puncher and Fat Daddy's have replacements. The Kayfuns were not built for high wattage or for big clouds. Drippers do a better job of that.
    As a reubuilder you should know ohms law and battery safety. Sorry but i made a promise to someone to make this speech to folks that are new to rebuilding. Would hate for you to have a bad day.
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