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Subtank mini
I just went out and bout the kanger subtank  mini. I want to use the rebuildable deck. Any suggestions a as to what to run? 

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24-05-2015 01:30 PM
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RE: Subtank mini
Depends on your mod and your juice.  Check out my thread on modifying the rebuild deck to prevent the notorious wicking problems it has, otherwise stick to relatively low power builds and very "thin" juice (no more than 60/40 vg/pg, preferably more like 50/50).  Depending on how creative you are with your designs and how much you like to tinker with things, you can get away with some pretty bizarre builds if you put your mind to it!  

Fix the wicking issues - http://www.thevapingforum.com/Thread-SubTank-RBA-dry-hit-wicking-troubles

My most ridiculous SubTank Mini build to date - http://www.thevapingforum.com/Thread-SUCCESS

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25-05-2015 03:11 AM
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RE: Subtank mini
Currently I am using a sigelei 150w box mod. I am in LOVE with that quad build...  My wrapping isn't very good though. But I would love to be running that!
I am just using one of the coils it came with. My rebuild deck started at  . 4ohms but would start changing as I hit it (as in sometimes It would be.8 and then go to 1.4 or even worse for me 1.8) so I took it off and I'm going to try to get another quick coil on. 
25-05-2015 03:28 AM
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RE: Subtank mini
The connection wasn't tight or the deck wasn't contacting the post in the airflow base well enough - I've had the fluctuating resistance issue as well.

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25-05-2015 08:40 AM
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RE: Subtank mini
(25-05-2015 03:11 AM)Almost Jaded Wrote:  Depends on your mod and your juice.  Check out my thread on modifying the rebuild deck to prevent the notorious wicking problems it has, otherwise stick to relatively low power builds and very "thin" juice (no more than 60/40 vg/pg, preferably more like 50/50).  Depending on how creative you are with your designs and how much you like to tinker with things, you can get away with some pretty bizarre builds if you put your mind to it!  

Fix the wicking issues - http://www.thevapingforum.com/Thread-SubTank-RBA-dry-hit-wicking-troubles

My most ridiculous SubTank Mini build to date - http://www.thevapingforum.com/Thread-SUCCESS
That's odd. I had trouble for a few weeks with my Subtank mini running 50/50 juice. Everything tasted burnt, no matter what wattage I ran. Finally, I upped the vg in my juice to right around 70/30, and haven't had any trouble since.
25-05-2015 01:25 PM
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That is interesting.  70% VG is the absolute outer limit of what most people seem to be able to get to pull through those tiny channels, and generally the thinner the better. 

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25-05-2015 03:53 PM
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RE: Subtank mini
Currently I'm using a 70/30 and it's working fine. No other problems since I put the prebuilt on
25-05-2015 04:15 PM
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Wait - prebuilt?  Are you talking about the OCC's, or the RDA?  The OCC's work like hell with ANY juice, they're wonderful.  The modification I make to the RBD makes it wick like the prebuilt OCC's.

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26-05-2015 02:34 AM
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The OCC. Sorry forgot the name. 
26-05-2015 09:12 PM
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Oh - no, the OCC's will work with anything.  They're wonderful.  It's the rebuild deck that has the wicking issues.

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27-05-2015 02:23 AM
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