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Rebuildable MTL tanks?
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
The SXK Corolla 1.5 and the Digiflavor Siren are both very good mtl tanks.
07/01/17 05:39 PM
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
(10/12/16 01:41 PM)ainz Wrote:  Digiflavor Siren gets my vote. Available in 2 sizes 22mm (4ml of juice) and 25mm (5ml). Definitely on par with the Corolla. Simple to build and wick, no leaks and great flavour.

I was rather disappointed with mine - I was expecting a nice MTL draw but even with the reducer it's too loose (even looser than the Kayfun 5 which is saying something).
25/01/17 11:30 AM
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
just to update this..i bought him a merlin and the draw was far too airy. i ended up stuffing the air channel (from the top of the deck) with kanthal and it is doing the job.

I then got him a kayfun 5 clone and he is very pleased with it. Its a great tank and the quality design of the deck makes my job much easier!!..would defiantly recommend

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25/01/17 11:57 AM
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
(25/01/17 11:30 AM)Trollky Wrote:  
(10/12/16 01:41 PM)ainz Wrote:  Digiflavor Siren gets my vote. Available in 2 sizes 22mm (4ml of juice) and 25mm (5ml). Definitely on par with the Corolla. Simple to build and wick, no leaks and great flavour.

I was rather disappointed with mine - I was expecting a nice MTL draw but even with the reducer it's too loose (even looser than the Kayfun 5 which is saying something).
I found the digiflavour far to airy for mtl.

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25/01/17 08:45 PM
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
(25/01/17 08:45 PM)Rocco Wrote:  
(25/01/17 11:30 AM)Trollky Wrote:  
(10/12/16 01:41 PM)ainz Wrote:  Digiflavor Siren gets my vote. Available in 2 sizes 22mm (4ml of juice) and 25mm (5ml). Definitely on par with the Corolla. Simple to build and wick, no leaks and great flavour.

I was rather disappointed with mine - I was expecting a nice MTL draw but even with the reducer it's too loose (even looser than the Kayfun 5 which is saying something).
I found the digiflavour far to airy for mtl.

MTL appears to be a very subjective thing. To some it's struggling to drag air through a pinhole (early CE4 tanks) and to some it's anything less than sucking through an open vacuum cleaner pipeSmiling

I've tried several tanks described as MTL and to me they are often restricted DTL. I consider my taste to be slightly airy MTL.

Problem with just choking down the airflow of a non rebuildable DTL tank is that it's likely the coil is big, so reducing airflow and power results in a cool vape.
25/01/17 09:50 PM
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
I'm currently vaping on a 'doggystyle' atty which I've borrowed to try and it's great. Slightly loose mtl. Think kfl ish draw. Going to hunt for my own but they're pretty scarce apparently.

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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
(25/01/17 09:50 PM)MDC Wrote:  
(25/01/17 08:45 PM)Rocco Wrote:  
(25/01/17 11:30 AM)Trollky Wrote:  
(10/12/16 01:41 PM)ainz Wrote:  Digiflavor Siren gets my vote. Available in 2 sizes 22mm (4ml of juice) and 25mm (5ml). Definitely on par with the Corolla. Simple to build and wick, no leaks and great flavour.

I was rather disappointed with mine - I was expecting a nice MTL draw but even with the reducer it's too loose (even looser than the Kayfun 5 which is saying something).
I found the digiflavour far to airy for mtl.

running a 2mm i.d 10 wrapp 3mm kanhthal coil in it Tinker
MTL appears to be a very subjective thing. To some it's struggling to drag air through a pinhole (early CE4 tanks) and to some it's anything less than sucking through an open vacuum cleaner pipeSmiling

I've tried several tanks described as MTL and to me they are often restricted DTL. I consider my taste to be slightly airy MTL.

Problem with just choking down the airflow of a non rebuildable DTL tank is that it's likely the coil is big, so reducing airflow and power results in a cool vape.

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26/01/17 11:14 AM
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
Wotofo serpent alto?? Looks nice, aimed towards mtl
05/02/17 07:59 PM
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
Just bought some 27 gauge Kanthol and it works great Smiling
06/02/17 07:27 AM
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
Definately NOT the Griffin rta! Sad
06/02/17 09:21 AM
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