5536g box mod

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  1. tooner100

    tooner100 New Member

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    Would it be possible to just hook up a dual series 18650 battery sled in a 5536g box without a mosfet or resistor and still possibly be safe while building above .15 ohms? Just wanting to knw before i think of giving a go.

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    gopher_byrd Cranky Old Fart VU Donator Gold Contributor Member For 4 Years ECF Refugee

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    Be aware that using a 0.15 Ohm build you will be drawing around 50 amps. The switch and wiring will need to be able to handle that current. Most recommend a build around 0.4 Ohms for a series mech.
     
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    I actually hoping more people would provide info or anything sort of advice besides of one person mainly i really what everybody else's experience has been

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    Zohmbiebuilds Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    I think he pretty much summed it up. I wouldn't want to vape a .15 ohm build on a series unregulated mod. And the answer is absolutely not. I wouldn't recommend that for a parallel build. The mosfet helps take the load off the switch. You're going to be extremely hard pressed to find a switch that can take that kind of abuse day in day out.

    Do you really need to be Vaping 426 Watts @ 8 volts? That's going to be fucking smoking hot. A .15 build is much better done on a parallel box. Are you just wanting to vape a certain coil? What's with the ohms? Why so low

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    Edit *** I would recommend the .15 build for parallel but I would want a mosfet. It's not hard to wire one in if you're already soldering wire anyway...
     

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