Sinuous p80 with TFV12 Baby Prince Tank

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    MrRalVlpage New Member

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    How's it going I'm somewhat familiar to vaping just started back up again it will be three months the middle of this month not smoking. I have a sinuous p80 mod and I just picked up the TFV12 Baby Prince Tank from my local shop. Changed the coil to the .15 ohm red light coil that came with the tank if I don't have the right sayings to anything please correct me I don't want to feel like a dumbass lol. So the .15 red light 50-90w best at 60-80w the sinuous p80 goes up to 80w the tank I was using before I got the baby prince was the nautilus one and I was only using 16 watts with the recommended coils. I love the baby prince a nicer cloud and taste from my juices but I'm not really familiar with the type of coils with the baby prince and the regular wattage vs the best at wattage. I primed my coil and built my tank from the bottom up as I've heard from several videos and forums to avoid leakage which I had with the coil before came with the tank maybe was defective from the manufacturer but anyways a few times after I fired up it got really hot I was wondering if I'm doing anything wrong or what is the best possible setting being that the p80 being I believe the lowest is 20w and highest is 80w and the wattage of the coil 50-90w best at 60-80w? Sorry for the long post can't seem to get my setup straight.
     
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    The coil has a wattage range of 50w to 90w but works best at a range of 60w to 80w. The “best” is just the recommended wattage range that the coil performs best in vaping. However, if your mod only performs at a max of 80w, then you only can max out at 80w. You have to decide between your lower wattage range which in this case is 50w of the coil to 80w. So between 50w to 80w you decide on where the sweet spot is that you like for flavor and vapor.
     
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    Also, after you prime the coil it’s best to slowly break in the coil. Meaning, start out at the lower end of the wattage range. In this case I would start out at 50w and then eventually increase your wattage until you find the sweet spot that is for you.
     
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    Thanks man I appreciate the advice!
     
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    Not a problem, anytime.
     
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    A couple of suggestions: If you're having a problem with leaking, close your airflow before you open the cap to refill your juice. After you close the cap again, turn the tank upside down, open the airflow, and gently turn the tank and mod right-side up again.

    Another thing to consider when running that tank with the Sinuous P80 - you've got a hoss of a tank that guzzles juice and goes through battery power like a house on fire, and you're using it on a single-battery mod. The lower you can keep the wattage, the longer your juice and battery will last. I might even try that tank at 40 or 45W. If you get a lot of spitback or you don't get a good amount of vapor, then you know that wattage is too low.

    Good luck!
     
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    Thanks for the feedback I appreciate it I actually took a hard look at the coil and it was defective now sweat though I changed it out for a regular low wattage coil I had bought with the tank and running good now and yea that sucks juice like a 2 dollar hooker at a singles meet and greet lol
     

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