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Advice Plume veil advice
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Plume veil advice
Hey got my hands on a plume veil v2.5 sub ohm edition love it but was thinking of grabbing a chuff cap or the cap from mlv that allows you do adjust the air flow still. But doing so I believe I will lose the top air flow so basically is it worth giving up air flow for a wider bore tip. Look forward to what you guys think.
20-09-2015 06:18 PM
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RE: Plume veil advice
It depends - if you are using all the airflow and still find the vape hotter than you'd prefer then you probably want a chuff cap. If not, you might not find it suits you. I am very much in two minds about them. From memory of the only Plume Veil I had, I never opened it up close to all the way so it wouldn't have suited me.

They are great for stupidly huge clouds though.

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20-09-2015 07:23 PM
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I have the side air flow wide open and top half open vapors not to hot definitely a warm vape but that's what I'm wondering if I lose the top air control might get to hot vaping at .2 dual coil might just have to give it a shot and see
20-09-2015 07:52 PM
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RE: Plume veil advice
Reckon it is worth a try. If it doesn't work for you, you aren't out very much.

If the vape is still too warm, try a Velocity. It has frankly mental airflow. Reckon you'd need 300W to find it a hot vape.

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20-09-2015 08:35 PM
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RE: Plume veil advice
Yea looked for ever for a velocity I no there's tons of clones I like to get all authentics couldn't tell you why but probably have to start trying some clones I suppose.
20-09-2015 10:29 PM
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RE: Plume veil advice
I run an authentic Plume veil 2.5, great atty. I use the standard cap it came with. I want to maintain flavor. When I'm into clouds I run a Kennedy comp. or the Limitless atty

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22-09-2015 05:04 PM
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Decided to stick with the regular cap also just ordered a succubus rda by el Diablo going to try that out for clouds use my plume veil for flavor
22-09-2015 05:19 PM
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