Weird cloud chasing question

Discussion in 'Cloud Chasers Corner' started by twan013, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. twan013

    twan013 Bronze Contributor

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    Ok so my only current setup is an ipower 80w with a baby beast running the t8 coil and I want to dabble in cloudages. I can put out fairly decent clouds but I want more. I'm thinking pretty hard about retiring the BB and getting a troll v2 but I'm not sure if it and the mod will play well together. I like to think I'll be satisfied with simple coil builds. My intentions are either buying prewrapped coils or a spool of kanthal 24g or Clapton wire to wrap myself.

    I just don't know what kind of performance I can expect with this setup, seeing as the mod has an internal battery (not even sure of the amp output) and most everything I've seen a dripper on is something with an 18650 or more.

    I should note that eventually I will be getting a higher powered mod, most likely the maxo zenith from ijoy, and the accompanying maxo v12 tank (and probably another, bigger RDA to swap out with when I feel like it). But the purpose of this post is to find out about my possible pocket friendly cloud chucker


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  2. conanthewarrior

    conanthewarrior Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    You can get plenty of big clouds with 80W on tap :).

    The troll V2 will work fine with the Ipower 80W. If you will be happy with simple coils, then the Kanthal would be a good choice. Clapton's aren't as efficient as standard coils, the outer wrapping needs to be heated too which is why they need more power than a standard coil of the same size, it acts as a heat sink. So the plain 24G may be best unless you really want Claptons.

    The Ipower can fire it's full power range safely, as it's regulated you don't need to worry too much about the battery, especially as it is built in and chosen by the manufacturer of the mod.

    You can have a lot of fun even with the Ipower until you get a more powerful mod. Unless you are getting into more complicated builds even the Ipower should be more than enough.
     

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