I am new to coil building, and following the advice I see to use Steam Engine for coil calculations, I tried it out, but am mystified by the results. I have a Digiflavor Siren 2 tank coming this week (actually several), along with a roll of SS316L 26 gauge coil wire. My goal for this MTL tank is to make a coil somewhere around 1.0-1.3 Ohms. In Steam Engine when I select the SS316L material, 26 Gauge, single coil, 1 Ohm target, 2.5 mm inner diameter coil, and leave the leg length at the default 5mm, I get a result of 16 wraps. Is that correct? Just from what I have read from other builds it seems like way too many wraps , and perhaps impossible to use physically with that build deck. Am I using Steam Engine incorrectly? I'll be using the tank on a Think Vape Finder DNA75C TC Box Mod, and want a relatively low wattage using temperature controlled mode. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.