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Thicker Clouds on Variable Voltage?
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Thicker Clouds on Variable Voltage?
I am currently using a geekvape blade mod 235w with a .25 ohm rba in a prince tank. (6mg of nic)
My current settings of the Variable voltage curve is T1:170w, T2:25w, T3:30w, T4:70w, T5:160w.
*note T1 is set at 170 to minimize ramp up time*
For the first little while the mod ripped huge clouds but after a couple of days the clouds kept getting thinner to the point that they were almost as thin as juul clouds. (my battery were two 20700s and it was at around 75% at the time)

Any idea as for how I can maximize the thickness of the cloud? (...plzz and thank you?)
25-09-2018 01:48 PM
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RE: Thicker Clouds on Variable Voltage?
Hi AtlasMendacii Welcome to TVF using juice with a higher VG content is one way but even then the vaper will drop off as the cells discharge.

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25-09-2018 02:35 PM
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RE: Thicker Clouds on Variable Voltage?
It's possible that at a wattage like that, you're actually wearing out the coil in just a couple days. Does it return to normal if you put in a new coil?
25-09-2018 02:44 PM
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RE: Thicker Clouds on Variable Voltage?
I'm with TW - wattage is way too high and ruining the coils prematurely. You do not need power like that for thick clouds.
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25-09-2018 02:56 PM
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RE: Thicker Clouds on Variable Voltage?
I'd stop using the voltage curves and just settle on around 60 watts and adjust it manually until you hit your sweet spot. If you want to use ramp up power, try it for no more than about 250ms, maybe 100 watts but just keep it at a constant wattage the rest of the time. After you put in a new coil...
25-09-2018 02:59 PM
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