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Sub tank mini
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Ratty Offline
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Sub tank mini
I've recently added a couple of kanger sub tank minis to my growing tank collection. 

I'm finding I'm not getting the same flavour out of it as I get with basic cs air tanks. 

Thicker juices actually taste hideous. 

Most of my juices are 6mg nicotine or under and are 60%pg 40%vg. 

I'm using a 40w grip to power it and have tried both the 0.5ohm and 1.2 ohm coils. I
(This post was last modified: 26-11-2015 01:36 AM by Ratty.)
25-11-2015 01:07 PM
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RE: Sub tank mini
The Sub mini is a great tank, but it's sensitive to power variances.  The .5 ohm coils tend to meter out closer to .6 ohms, and really dislike more than maybe 26 watts.

Anything thicker than 70/30 isn't usually good in tanks anyway, it doesn't wick fast enough.

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25-11-2015 05:26 PM
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RE: Sub tank mini
I get the same results in mine as well, I have the Kanger subtank nano's (mini) and the GS tanks, way better vape on the GS's, the nano's kinda lost out to them now.
25-11-2015 06:24 PM
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