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Protank VS RBA Question

Discussion in 'Carto Tanks' started by moumar81, Feb 10, 2014.

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  1. moumar81

    moumar81 Full Member

    Jul 16, 2013
    Herndon, VA, USA
    I have been experimenting with RBA and been getting a lot of good flavors. On my rba, i been building 1.ohm micro coil and flavors on all my new fruit juices had been good. Before the RBA, I been using my protank with 1.1-1.4 ohm micro with cotton, with a menthol fruit juice and taste is good. And the new juice I got is all fruits and the flavors is not there with 1.1-1.4 ohm.

    Do you think 1.1-1.4 ohm micro coil is to low for protank? What is the lowest I should use for protank?
     
  2. Fenris4024

    Fenris4024 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 31, 2013
    Lubbock, TX
    In my pt/evod coils rebuilds, I tend to find most juices taste better in the 1.8 to 2 ohm range, plus, using a vv/vw device, this seems to give you the most "play" with how a juice will taste. Obviously your results might be different depending on the juice too.

    In my rbas I do tend to prefer a lower ohm though.

    Hth

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