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MADMODDER

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Has anyone had any luck with titanium coils on the DNA200. As titanium is growing in popularity i have tried to use them but without success. Anyone have any insight on this...
Wutangkid

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Im wondering the same thing
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Define "without success" if you don't mind. What did or didn't it do, and what TCR curve or value were you using? 


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Would like to know also.
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I've had great success with Titanium coils... Best build to DATE hands down... A quad TI.. 7wraps around a 2mm post. Reads in @ 0.05ohms. Thing is just amazing its the longest I've ever kept the same build in a RDA without getting bored of it. I changed it out to run a dual TI build to save on juice but think I'm going back to my quad coil later today [smile] beats all my NI builds hands down

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O dropped the temp down around 400... 500 was just a little to warm for constant vapeing
Havoc340

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I ran a set of ti coils in my Zephyrus. It was like I've never vaped before. It was a .09 dual build. I pulled it to play with nickle but instantly regretting it.
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I'm intrigued by the Ti wire builds... did you guys get the TCR off of steamengine and do you need a different TCR for each gauge wire etc.?  Would love to learn more!
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Just go to steam engine select titanium wire then select the resistance approximation which doesn't really matter with one one wire type and download the csv. Then upload it to one of your profiles and give it a go. Should work pretty well like that
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Thanks Tomr1088!  I appreciate it!
Crazzysnake711

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Could I use titanium and ni200 together in one build?
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i have had very good success with SSV's Ti wire, there is a CSV file on the forum for it, works real good

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Has anyone had any luck with titanium coils on the DNA200. As titanium is growing in popularity i have tried to use them but without success. Anyone have any insight on this...
Kirby74

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I use titanium wire often, but the flavor is different. I use spider silk wire and prefer nickel over it.
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I really like NI200 [smile] lately I have been using Ti and find it's easier to work with.
I get a more stable consistent  ohm reading. This goes for the DNA 40's to.
I make a spaced coil and don't dry burn them [smile]
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