Joe C: Wait is this a joke? Who uses silica and thies wraps were terrible
grapedrank: Hehe this video is so old. "Extra wire on coils to posts can cause
hotspots" haha no they don't but other than that it's a good tip to give
Tcoldsteel: Piss-poor 'tutorial' (not sure what was being taught?) and annoying kings
of Leon background radio and disinterested participants.
Learned nothing. I suspect it popped and failed on the third vape.
Christopher Notellin: That sucked. What kind of tutorial was that? "How many loops? Duuh, I
dunno, 2? 3? " Lame
Andrew Delashaw: Isn't that a waste of juice since you're not inhaling it? What's the point
of vaping if you're not inhaling it to get the nicotine? That's worse than
the people that vape 0% nicotine juice. Lol.
Faisal Ali: that autofocus is messing with my eyes
minh tran: What liquid did you use?
Doug Bline: I drill the air holes on my Patriot and it took forever with a new bit!
What kind of bit is used?
woodxsays: what battery are you using 18650? 18490?
Steven Hernandez: What mod is that
Sean Ramones: #vape #ecig
chlebiceksmaslem: Yes but the IGO-L actually works just fine without drilling.
syndromer: 4.5v for a 1.3ohm coil???? Is this right?
jllovit: Whoa wait. Isn't it supposed to be that the thinner the wire is, the more
resistance? I have a thick 32 right now and have TEN wraps to make 1.4 ohms.
(7ohms2): Air hole drilled size?1/16?
dansinfodiner: Most drill bits work better spinning clockwise. Just an observation. Like
all your vids.
JayDM187: I didn't understand the part about connecting the coil to the positive and
the negative. Does it matter to connect a specific end to a specific post?
MIKEMONEYC: Right?!? Isn't that way to high?
digiw0rx: It's not to bad on a dripper, and the power is needed to generate the
clouds, you do tend to lose the flavour somewhat though.
nahtanish: Thanks for tutorial
Steffen Grunni: I see way to little about this "power vaping" around, it come to the point
where people think the eVic is a really good device since they never think
anyone would go above 11watt. CJ bring more RDA/RBA high watt vaping to VP
Live VapeTeam, the 7-8watt china devices are getting boring!
krazzielaosboi: Vapelyfe yo!
FroztiProductions: I wonder what I am doing wrong then, if I let any of my atomizers burn with
out inhaling for more than 3 seconds, they get ruined and taste terrible.
HANDBALLCOURTATTOO: This guy is the man.
Bryan Tandoc: 4.5V on a 1.3ohm coil? Whoo buddy! Too bad the air hole has to be
customized and drilled out. I can only imagine the TH on that if it wasn't
drilled out or even misaligned with the coil. Haha.
tat2dpinoy: When doing dual coils, you want 2 air holes on opposite sides correct?
Doney Deguzman: Thant was Awesome good tuturial im gonna try this for sure!
wcspencer3: WICKED COOL!
ForTheGlory!: yeah, its annoying -.-
Erik Hammer: No, you were right the first time, thicker guage offers less resistance. I
have 32 and 28 guage. My 32 only has to be wrapped 6 times to get a 2.4 ohm
coil. My 28 guage has to be wrapped 9 or 10 times to get the same.
GEEKBLOGTV: is your camera autofocusing? its a great video, but i missed a few details
here and there due to focus issues. my camera does it too, unfortunately.
nice channel though, ill be subscribing for sure!
CH121S: correction the thicker the gauge (lower number) the less resistance.
Batmann29: Could I do this same build on an itaste MVP and igo-l? is this recommended
808joeq: That was cool
Pasquale Oberland: Thank you I am so buying the igo- w or L whatever it is what's the
difference anyway is the w more advanced ?
Victor Albinda: thanks man :)
vapingmonkey: Thanks guys!!!..annotated it with the correction...I knew it..grrrr..lol
illusionvapor: silica wick is highly resistant to heat some where around 1600°C its
perfectly fine to dry burn on silica wick, in fact it is good practice you
can make sure the coils do not have any hot spots and are glowing evenly ,
cotton on the other hand can not be dry burned it needs to be wet or else
it will burn as the combustion temperature of dry cotton is around 255°C
Yingy0: Just wanted to let you know, Orangutang is my crap.
Cole Mason: What mod was he using on the rba he just rebuilt?
Steve Ungeheier: Late to the party. Tried this style build on my Cyclone with the AFC top
cap. It's real nice. Thanks.
phoQbiatchh: provari mini
phoQbiatchh: the igo-w has a tri post design. easier to build dual coils
SilfortyElement: I have a igo-l and use 34 ga coils and 2mm cotton wick. How can I get 1-1.8
ohms? I keep getting close to five ohms and I've built the coils four times
justinjustsed: Hey do you sell wicks & coils at the shop in buena park?
Joshua Ordono: Thanks man! The vapor production is Good as freak!!
B Tay: Does it really matter which wire is positive and negative? It fires all the
same to me
illusionvapor: no it dose not matter witch leg is positive or negative , the only
difference it can make is if the post are not a little high or lower then
one an other the coil can lean up to the left or right, but it will work
just the same both leads or " legs " are the same what makes them positive
or negative is the post its connected to
MatrixTechSolutions: Thanks!! Did you add bigger orings so the cap is tighter? If so whats's the
FLiPGFrMSD: Is that the provari mini or regular provari?
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.