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RTA/RBA Suggestions For High Wattage Vaporizers

Discussion in 'Sub-Ohm' started by CanIPlayWithMadness, Nov 29, 2015.

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  1. CanIPlayWithMadness

    CanIPlayWithMadness Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 26, 2013
    Hollister,Ca.USA
    Hello people. :)

    Vaporizer being used:

    1.Sigelei 75W TC
    2. Sigelei Fuchai 200W TC (Preordered)

    Atomizer being used now:

    1. (2) Eleaf Lemo V.1

    I will very likely not boost higher than 100 watts.

    I am cheap. I don't want to spend more than $50 bucks.

    E-liquid: 30VG - 70PG

    Battery: Sony 18650 VTC4 2100mAh

    Foremost concern is dry hits.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. HighPlainsPuffer

    HighPlainsPuffer Senior Member

    Jul 9, 2015
    in flux
    There's definitely some great rta's on the market right now, but in my eyes the two premiere cloud blowing rta's are the aromamizer and the mutation rta. The aromamizer, depending on your build, can easily use your 100watts. I've got a dual vertical fused 28/33 Clapton setup in mine, and I'm running it at 75 watts (.37@5.0v) with no dry hits. The mutation rta actually has a new version that was released the other day, haven't tried one, but the original is a puff monster, I've got a twisted 2x32 x 28 at .32 with 75 watts and great clouds.
     
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  3. CanIPlayWithMadness

    CanIPlayWithMadness Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 26, 2013
    Hollister,Ca.USA
    Thank you for replying, HPP. :) I ended up ordering two Cthulhu RTA V2's. They came it yesterday.

    I've been fiddling with it for a few hours now. I began putting it all together after disassembling it for a first time cleaning. It's leaking profusely from the adjustable airflow inlets. I can't for the life of me figure out the problem.

    Any advice will be much appreciated.
     
  4. HighPlainsPuffer

    HighPlainsPuffer Senior Member

    Jul 9, 2015
    in flux
    I've been pretty impressed with my Cthulhu as it has never leaked, but wicking it is kind of a pain. Have you tucked your tails into and through the channels to the base of the wicking notches? I believe that not having the wicks low enough in the notches will contribute to leaking.

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  5. CanIPlayWithMadness

    CanIPlayWithMadness Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 26, 2013
    Hollister,Ca.USA
    HighPlainsPuffer, you are a god amongst mortal men. Thank you, :) It worked.
     
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