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Nano Dragon on Velocity?
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RE: Nano Dragon on Velocity?
Cool. Saw the arrow, didn't know. Guess you better go get more wire!
19-11-2015 08:48 PM
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RE: Nano Dragon on Velocity?
i use 28ga for the dragon coil . it's a nice build for flavor as well as producing some decent vape

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19-11-2015 10:38 PM
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RE: Nano Dragon on Velocity?
(19-11-2015 08:40 PM)gentlydoingit* Wrote:  Well, I did it. I used 28awg parallel, for no other reason than I'm running desperately low on wire. I built it in the mini as I like the build I have in the velocity.
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Glows nice for a .28 (I had to take a pic on the cool down it was that bright!)
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Wicking it was fun. I couldn't remember the method
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I don't remember it vaping as nicely to be fair. Loads of flavour. Clouds are OK,  not great but OK. It wants to be around 75w much more and it'll dry on a 5sec hit.
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nicely done dude. I run min on 60-75 watts. never had the dry hit problem but its one of my fav retro builds that i still use regularly. glad to see you figured out the wicking for the velocity, that was the trick for me with the updated posts
24-11-2015 12:37 PM
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