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dpruk

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I have a Lost vape Therion 167 does anyone know if they come with the correct case settings or do you need to rum case analyser?
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If the values were populated, and your mod resistance not set at zero, you should be fine.

Having said that, it's easy to do, not very time consuming, and you're sure they are correct for your mod, not just from their 'sample' group.

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The settings from the factory are generic values... you have to keep in mind that no 2 mod's are the same...even from the same manufacturer or model...I have 3 Skar 75's, one of each color, and each one came up with different values after running the analyzer!!

Edit: My Therion 166 came up with totally different values than the factory values...
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ok Thanks will have to get myself an external themp gauge and run case analyser
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@giz_60
Would you please post your therion 166 thermal settings?
I dont have tools to calibrate yet and I think your results would be better than defaults.
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It doesn't take any special tools, just have to make sure your batteries are at least 50% drained...it does take awhile for the analysis to run...but here is a screenshot of the case thermals off of my
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 Therion 166 Case Thermals.PNG

dpruk

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Here's what my settings are, not a clue if there wrong though

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Those are the Evolv generic defaults...unless the case analyzer has been run or the manufacturer changed the values, those are the settings you will see.

Edit: In other words, they are not the correct values for your Therion
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