I put two coils in one slot kinda like the rebirth rda, is this safe?

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    Erenkiller123 New Member

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    Is this safe?and kindly please explain what happens to this i just tried doing it so
     

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    gopher_byrd Cranky Old Fart VU Donator Gold Contributor Member For 4 Years ECF Refugee

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    Perfectly safe as long as the ohms fall in a range your battery can handle. Lots of two post RDAs out there that use that configuration. Your coils are in parallel which means the current from the mod will flow through both at the same time and the resistance reading will be half of a single coil. With size of your coils that is the perfect way to get the coils centered over the air flow. If you had used an inner and outer hole with those coils you would have a harder time getting them centered. The only thing I would change is move them out closer to the outside of the RDA so they are more over the air flow openings.

    Nice set of coils by the way.
     
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    Erenkiller123 New Member

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    That build reads at .29 ohms in the normal configuration..does it still read at .29 ohms at that configuration..btw that is a cloudchase build for me for a stacked series mod ni90 26g clapton 8 loops 3 mm guide which is .29 ohms, 29 amp and is a hot build with a 220w(higher than that) plus power that hits like a steam engine but i got used to it and also with that ncv2 in regulated mode i could vape it a little cooler at 6.6 volts..
     
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    88ArDeN88 Silver Contributor

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    isn't this the rebirth build deck? Just curious as to whether or not there is more than one version?
     

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