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Variable Voltage Help!

Discussion in 'Everything ECigs' started by chaosfan, Jun 20, 2013.

  1. chaosfan

    chaosfan Member

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    Hi all,

    I am currently using a Kanger MT3 clearomizer with a 2.2 ohm coil, and I am having a devil of a job trying to get a vape with any taste using my Ego variable voltage battery.

    Can anyone out there give me a clue what voltage I should set my battery at to get the best flavour / vapour mix?

    Thanks
     
  2. Vapemonkey1980

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    Bare minimum of 3.7... I'd head more toward 4 - 4.5, but that's just me :)

    Won't do your clearo any harm and can always go backwards from there :D
     
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  3. Lord Grim

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    Yeah, I'd be sitting at about 4v meself
     
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  4. Ztevie

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    Yup around the 4v mark here too, maybe 4.2 but probably not much more in case of burnt taste creeping in.
    4.2 volts with 2.2 ohm coil is a fraction over 8 watts power, and 8 watts is my sweet spot usually.
     
  5. Mawsley

    Mawsley Putting the soup into super hero

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    +1 on the 4V
     
  6. Stevie

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    Depends also on the juice-I've found that some of the more delicate flavours are better if you simmer them :) Lower voltage but a longer draw/button press on a higher ohm coil....
     
  7. Alan

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    It could be the head on the T3, some people have reported the stock ones to be utter dung. I've rebuilt a few myself and found a vast difference in performance, even when I've built one at around the same ohms. Or perhaps try removing the flavour wick.
     

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