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Triple Series Box Mod
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Triple Series Box Mod
I bought a Triple Series Box Mod and I'm trying to figure out a vapeable dual coil to put on my atty and I already know the risk and how extreme 12.6 volts can be I know I need at least 1 ohm to vape on it.
I got 20, 22, 24 gauge kanthal wire, 26x2 twisted core 32 gauge fused clapton wire, 26x2 Parallel core 32 fused clapton and [font=Lato, sans-serif]26AWG Nichrome (Ni80)/32AWG (KA1) Clapton Wire.[/font]
I got the Mutation X 234, Atty Cubed, Catemizer and the Tug Boat V2 with drilled out air holes.
Any suggestions?
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07-05-2016 01:54 AM
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RE: Triple Series Box Mod
Lol.

10v+ will want thick wire, but you'll trade off against size.. 1ohm from dual coils will require one big ass atty. 

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07-05-2016 08:53 AM
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RE: Triple Series Box Mod
Like the Mason 40mm RDA?
08-05-2016 01:46 AM
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RE: Triple Series Box Mod
It's going to be pushing 12.6 volts out so need about 1 ohm so what about dual 24 gauge 20 wraps around a 3.5mm bit?
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10-05-2016 03:52 AM
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RE: Triple Series Box Mod
It's one thing getting your target resistance, it's somthing else getting a vapable coil. 2×24g wraps will be a coil over 15mm long, no way juice will get to the middle of that before the second hit.
Perhaps if you make an inception coil, or 5 wraps, fold it, 5 wraps, fold it.. so you end up with 4 vertical coils from the same wire.  It'd be easy with 30g but the vape would be awful. 

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10-05-2016 09:38 AM
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RE: Triple Series Box Mod
I figured something out it's 24 gauge 19 wraps on 3.8mm screwdriver with both coils it comes to .9 and is vapeable!!!
Cotton Bacon really sucks up the juice quickly to the middle of the coil also. I've hit it 4 times in a row for about 3-4 secs long each
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11-05-2016 09:12 PM
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19 on 3.8mm?! Wow that's a big coil! What rda did you squeeze that bad boy into? 
It'll wick well enough with that diameter, though I'd bet the bast' is hot. Can you post up a pic?

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