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    U shouldn't use the Evic like this , you need a mech mod to setup a mesh wick.


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    Re: Aga-t2+

    He was just using it for an ohm checker. If it's over a 1.2 ohm coil why not toss it on the evic? Personally I like mesh and I think everyone else is stupid but there's tons of people out there that love silica, cotton, and ss cable in their gennies.

    I think a lot of people just assume you can't get a good vape on a genny unless your running sub ohm and this is Definately not the case. Glad to hear you got it working moosie.

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    I've also been using the Evic to check ohms and found it's very unreliable. Often says there is a short when there clearly isn't. The ohms info jumps around a lot. Could show .8 ohms and after a minor tweak of the coil it would then show 3.2 etc.. I gave up on trusting it.


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    If only ohm meter is ok but AFAIK you need to pulse a coil like that and that will not be a good idea for an eVic


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    Quote Originally Posted by ScootsieCollins View Post
    Oh I feel your pain! I gave up on my aga long ago for this very reason. The RSST is just too easy, coils up and running in less than 10 minutes. I spent hours trying to get a good coil on the aga, just wasn't worth it.
    I completely understand where you are coming from. First time i used my RSST i had it working flawless. This aga not so much lol. But its working now with Great Vape Production. Although i suspect i will be drilling out the air hole a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesSisMore View Post
    If only ohm meter is ok but AFAIK you need to pulse a coil like that and that will not be a good idea for an eVic
    Yes, Just to check ohms. But i have a meter here so i'll start using that instead. I would imagine it will offer a better reading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randomname View Post
    He was just using it for an ohm checker. If it's over a 1.2 ohm coil why not toss it on the evic? Personally I like mesh and I think everyone else is stupid but there's tons of people out there that love silica, cotton, and ss cable in their gennies.

    I think a lot of people just assume you can't get a good vape on a genny unless your running sub ohm and this is Definately not the case. Glad to hear you got it working moosie.
    yeah its working well, Although perhaps i need a lower mesh, as i'm vaping Cold Turkey Goblins pipe, It's pretty thick Vapor Production is Good, but i wondering if it will be better with a Different mesh. & Thanks btw.

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    Thanks for the info everyone!

 

 
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