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  1. juicyjoose215

    juicyjoose215 New Member

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    alright so i just started building and i decided to just grab these demon killer prebuilt coils... instead of doing my own and i see that each coil in the pack has the ohms on them most are .45 one is .85 and one is .35 which one of these are going to give u your warmest vape? like which one of these is the one i can get some flavor.? and another qustion is whats the difference between those 3 different ohms. now i have another question is .4 the same as .40? is .2 the same as .20? i am confused.. i have installed a few of these already and i get alotof vape but i am getting no flavor really like im used to the beast flavor. and lets say one day i wanna put 2 coils on my pharoah can u put .45 and .45 and if so what the hell does that get u ? i have a laisimo l3 and i also have the smok alien and the relaux 2/3
     
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    Huckleberried Senior Moderator Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    The .35 should be the warmest.
    Don't know about the flavor of those, I've never vaped a demon killer, lol.
    .4 is a .40, as a .2 is a .20
    Yes, you can use 2, .45 coils, you should keep each the same when using 2. Using 2 of the same will cut the resistance in half, making that one roughly, a .22 ohm vape.

    And as you just did here, always ask questions when you're not sure. Lots of helpful builders here that will point you in the right direction. Read some building threads here, watch some vids, have a good understanding of what you're doing to play it safe.
     
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    HondaDavidson Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    The warmest will be the biggest coil.. without knowing what wires were used to make your coils tbe ohm rates are just numbers.. that tell a mech user their wattage and battery requirements.

    To do dual you need two identicle coils.. the final ohm will be 1/2 that of the coils. 2x.45=0.225ohm

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    Johnnytraveler Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    So you bought the coil wheel in the pic?
    Lower ohms will give more "heat" . But so will increasing the Watts on your mod.

    Some tanks are single coils, some dual coils, some you can use either. If you use 2 coils in your tank, the ohms will reduce by 1/2. So with the 1st coil installed (let's say the 0.50 hive coils) your mod will read the resistance as 0.50. Then with the second coil installed it will read the resistance as 0.25 ohms.

    Generally speaking, the lower the ohms, the greater the heat. But it requires more power to heat it up. And it will consume more juice.

    Be careful not to go too low, as some mods have a limit on the resistance it will work with. Try the different coils and see what you like. Learn what ohms you like to vape at. Also see which type of coils (claptons, alien, hive, etc.) you like best.
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    MannyScoot Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    The lower the ohms the more power they need..... I find .25 to be about right for me...... Demon coils are great for the price.... and you get a good quantity..... Just test them and be your own judge......
     

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