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Best Rta for high watts

Discussion in 'RTA' started by VapeSnow, Aug 12, 2015.

  1. baksteen8168

    baksteen8168 Useful Idiot Staff Member Moderator

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    Channels should be big enough to accommodate high VG. You could also try going less on the wicking. Could you post a pic of your build?
     
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    rvdwesth Owner: Pirate's Grog and Keeper: RSAmplebox Vendor

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    I tried this monster and it's warm... very warm.
     
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    It does get quite warm...but that's with a tri-coil (0.2 Ohm) running upwards of 80W. I reckon with the RBA (which I will try and build today) it will run much cooler :)
     
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    Sorry buddy I was very busy today. I'll take a pic later on.
     
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    No worries.

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge while sitting in a blissful vaping cloud.
     
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    CYB3R N1NJ4 The Vaping Ninja

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    Also quite keen to see the pics of the TFV4 RBA and power it is capable of.
     
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    Derick Co-Owner Skyblue Vaping Premium Vendor

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    Got some pics for you off the SMOK website, not very high detail, but it's something

    RBA-1.jpg
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    Power would depend on the wire you use to build, but I reckon you could fit 22/24 G in there and push it up to 60-80W probably. The wicking channels are huge (much bigger than in those renders) - should keep up very well with high power.
     
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    iJoy Tornado RDTA maybe right for you,two post (T4) build deck for dual coils and an optional 6-hole (T6) build deck for massive builds up to 300W!
     
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