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Discussion in 'Help I have questions!' started by Dollfootz, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. Dollfootz

    Dollfootz New Member

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    Hi. So I bought a Cool fire Ultra and a Cloud Beast TFV8. I accidentally switched it to the temperature control setting and messed up what the temperature was. Can someone tell me what temperature I should set it to for a V8-T6 coil?
     
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    Deucesjack VU Donator Platinum Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    You shouldn't be running any TFV8 coil in TC mode. Unless something has changed, as far as I know they are all made out of Kanthal and they are power mode only coils. If I remember correctly that particular coil is rated from 50 to 240 watts with a best range of 100 to 150 watts but it is a power mode only coil.

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    HondaDavidson Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Not too cold and not too hot..... that's as close as anyone can get to a correct temperature for any vape........


    I like to start at low levels and work my way up till optimum is found.....

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    Yeah it's been said, but don't use those coils in TC mode. That could lead to somethin' real uncool dude.
     
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    SkoldVape Gold Contributor

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    I'm not aware of any tfv8 coil to be run in tc mode
     
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    HondaDavidson Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Depends on the build.... and settings... some builds I like at 450f degrees some at 250.... I generally build for about 15 to 20 watts.

    Higher the air volume and flow higher the temp I use.



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