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Where should I set my VV/VW mod?
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RE: Where should I set my VV/VW mod?
Updated this post, since it was originally just a placeholder that I never really got around to finishing. So today I finished it, with real numbers and suggestions. Hopefully it can get some newbies started with general ranges that can help when you're starting out, even though like all the comments here said, it's a fine art finding the precise power settings that are right for you. 

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19-06-2016 06:16 PM
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RE: Where should I set my VV/VW mod?
Thanks for this thread. I'm starting to think a lot of my coil gunking issues may stem from incorrect power settings for the coils I run. The Aromamizer currently has a .2 coil that I was running at 30-42w, which according to this thread that is not optimal. I bumped it up to 70w and it is considerably cleaner. While it's warmer than I'm used to, it is a better vape because of the longevity of the wicking. I see now that if I want to vape at 30-44w, I just need to build at a little higher resistance. I love constantly learning something new every day here.
20-06-2016 02:17 PM
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