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Discussion in 'Rebuildable Atomizer Systems' started by Timbo87, Jan 10, 2021.

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  1. Timbo87

    Timbo87 Full Member

    Dec 29, 2020
    Salt nic build- rpm rba 10-12mg nic level between 0.28-0.35. I kinda want a better build then mtl 0.4. And it's a small work area

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. borno

    borno Super Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 31, 2019
    I have a couple rpm rba's and they came with 28 ga. ni 80 2.5 mm, 1.2ohm. works really well. looks like about 7 or 8 wraps. I'm usually at 9 or 10 watts and have 35 and 50 mg salt nik. I think I may try kanthal when these run out, maybe 6/7 wraps.
     
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  3. Timbo87

    Timbo87 Full Member

    Dec 29, 2020
    35-50 mg way to high reason I thought 0.28 - 0.35 is cause I know the mtl recommended not got go lower then 0.25 and the stock aren't as good as they were
     
  4. Superuser187

    Superuser187 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 10, 2020
    Athens
    If u want something for more vapor and flavour I guess u can only use fused Clapton 32*2/38 ni80 or even thinner 30*2/40 ni80 cause of tight space..
    But even with 5-6 wraps on those u gonna get better results imho sir...
     
  5. borno

    borno Super Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 31, 2019
    My coils were the mechlyfe, they are working good for me
     
  6. vaper1960

    vaper1960 Moved On ECF Veteran

    Apr 24, 2019
    California, US
    28 or 26 ga round wire, 2.5 mm ID, spaced coil (6 1/2 wraps) Ni80, Kanthal or SS. It must be a spaced coil (no way to check for hot spots with a contact coil) If you want to use clapton wire, keep it small ga design (MTL) Myself, I would use 26 ga round wire (or MTL clapton) I don't like that you can't "dry fire" the coil (which is also how I judge how many watts to use) I guess it's doable... here's a video that might help:
     
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