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#1 (permalink)      3/17/2017 5:28:28 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Not telling inner diameter
Why there is not inner diameter told? This is not the only one, nearly they never tell it. But why?
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#2 (permalink)      3/17/2017 5:36:27 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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This has been requested in the past, it's just that the manufacturers don't give that information.

However, you can ask customer services via this link https://support.fasttech.com/general/SPRT/5573800 and they can ask the manufacturer. Same for all products actually, they all have a "Contact Customer Advocates" link :)
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From what I've read on the REVIEWS section, the diameter is between 3mm and 3.5mm so pretty big. Although if you have a jig you could probably resize it but that would mean more wraps thus higher ohms. So for a .65ohm coil you could easily get it up to.75 with another wrap and then to dual coil it get a nice .35 which i love. not sure how easy it is to wrap this though.

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Um, no, more wraps on a smaller coil won't increase resistance if the length of the wire is the same. If you were going to rewrapped a precoiled wire you may as well do it with a spool of wire.
#5 (permalink)      3/18/2017 2:25:17 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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This coil is nearly 4mm id. It's very good in AMMIT, wow!
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susah wrote:

This coil is nearly 4mm id. It's very good in AMMIT, wow!


Isn't it too big for AMMIT? im searching for pre-coiled coils for AMMIT, but im afraid these will be too big

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No it is not too big. Why would I say it is good in Ammit, if it is not?

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Guys I fitted these coils in 22mm RDA + reg MOD on VW or TC Mode, they are close to the velocity posts so I tweezed them tight and cut the legs short, I avoid moving the cap and check that there is no contact before I vape... No issues, lovely vape on 100w+..yeah I don't chain vape on that setting
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