26 gauge wire cloud chasing setup

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  1. firehalk

    firehalk New Member

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    All I have is 26 gauge wire rn, what kind of setup should I do to get the most clouds? Also what are yalls favorite 26 gauge wire builds.
     
  2. twan013

    twan013 Bronze Contributor

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    Run a dual parallel build and tell us what you think. That's my favorite so far. With basic round wire, i think you're kind of limited to parallel, twisted, or vertebraid. Mostly my opinion.

    I've seen a certain YouTuber whose name I won't mention build a super nano coil using 26g I think. I've also seen him do a sleeper build with 24g but I don't have a three post deck so I can't give an opinion on it.

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  3. DimSumDom

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    Depends on what mod I put it on imo. I used to run 5-6 wrap dual triple twisted 26g coils or 3.5mm ID on my Laisimo S3 at 110-120 watts or a dual twisted 26g coil setup in my Noisy Cricket. I cant say anything about parallel builds though. When I solely had 26g wire i couldn't parallel it nicely for some reason and always tossed my produced coils.
     
  4. zombievapereview

    zombievapereview Bronze Contributor

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    For clouds I like 26g twisted micro coils. For me, personally I love twisted coils. Flavor and vapor production are better than the Clapton's I've used. I think Clapton's are good for flavor more so. I get foggier hits with the twisted 26g.

    I used to be fascinated with stove top coil build. Every one I build ( I'm OCD as fuck so it's not build quality) just creates warm to hot vape. Never anything in the way of clouds to write home about.

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    Micro coil micro coil micro coil. Im a bit of both, and I think it runs hand in hand more than we like to admit. More vapor production will give more flavor. I do believe too much vapor on the other hand can mute flavor or it does something to kind of block flavor from absorbing into taste buds.

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