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Why is my vape sooo hot?!

Discussion in 'Help I have questions!' started by jororose, Jan 8, 2017.

  1. jororose

    jororose New Member

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    Hello everyone, Im new to vaping and as a gift I received the Joyetech Cuboid Mod along with an Aspire cleito 120 tank. Im a bit of a cloud chaser and im trying to get nice, big, dense clouds, the problem is when Im drawing, the vape is coming out sooo hot I cant take it into my lungs or Ill just cough it up. I was vaping at 75-90 watt on temp control at 200 F. I dont know if its because the wattage is too high or the airflow isnt open enough or maybe just because Im drawing too much too fast (there also isnt that much vapor coming out as well). As I said Im new to this stuff, can anybody help me out? Thanks
     
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    Deucesjack Platinum Contributor ECF Refugee

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    You're in TC at 200f and the vape is too hot? Something is wrong bro.

    Variety's the very spice of life, that gives it all it's flavour.

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    William2880 New Member

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    What ohms are your coil?

    Take it off TC and vape it on wattage mode start at like 40w and slowly increase it by like 5w till you find a good balance between clouds and warmth. ;)
     
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    Rabbit Slayer Silver Contributor ECF Refugee

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    Think that only uses the .16Ω kanthal coils, not made for TC...100-120 rated by aspire but they say they can go over 160W
     
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    SirRichardRear AKA Anthony Vapes on Youtube VU Donator Platinum Contributor

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    90 watts will always be a warm vape on that tank. unless you have massive coils then maybe it won't get too hot. higher wattage in general means higher temp
    also those coils are kenthal hence temp control isn't doing anything. just use power mode
     
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