I have up til now, made and vaped on only kanthal or Ni80 coils. Now thought I'd try my hand at SS for a change. So, I know gauge for gauge SS has a lower resistance, and I bear that mind when calculating what gauges to use. So what I did just as a start, was take out my pair of 3x28+38 Ni80 fused claptons (3mm, 5.5 turns), which ohmed out to about 0.2 for the build, and made a couple of 2x28+38 SS316L (3mm, 6.5 turns) ohming out around the same, 0.2 the pair. So, talking about vaping them in straight watts mode, the Ni80 pair were hitting sweet for me at about 80-85W. The SS ones however, barely make it to 65W before tasting really harsh and burnt. So what's going on here, is it because the SS coils have less mass? Or because they ramp faster/run hotter? Or is it down to something else? Devices in use: Kylin 2 RTA on Triade DNA250c, wattage mode (for now).