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Best coils for flavor in manta rta


#1

Im wondering whats the best duel coil to get great flavor in the manta rta,
Looking for something fairly simple to build eg fused clapton preferably ss316.
I dont care about clouds only flavor.
Any advice would be appreciated thanks Jamie


#2

Sounds like a regular double core fused clapton would do fine, e.g. 2x28g/38g. Check up on youtube for an easy fused clapton using a beadalon.


#3

The Spool Tamers are worth their weight in gold and IMO they’re easier to use than the Daedalus.


#4

Thanks guys I have seen plenty of videos of using spool tamers to make them so will go that way. I have had no problem building single core claptons by hand so that will be even easier. Looks like I will be ordering some 28 & 38g soon.


#5

Those gauges were just a suggestion… you can play a little with them (as long as your coil can still fit in your atty).
I usually make either 26g or 28g core fused claptons and I wrap them with whatever I have available, usually between 36g and 40g. Just make sure your wrap isn’t too thick because it increases ramp up and it’ll retain heat a lot more, SS is notorious for that.
That being said, I much prefer the multicore fused claptons but they’re a hell of a lot harder to make :wink:
At the moment, I’m also using flaptons (flat wire claptoned) and they have a pretty similar performance to my regular fused claptons. The downside of those are that flatwire is very springy to work with.


#6

I will definitely leave the flat wire alone for now. After doing more research and trying some pre maid coils I have ordered some 40g n80 and found that I actually have 24-28g ss so I will mess around with them. I will probably try duel and triple core fused first.
I have found the combo of ss and n80 seems to give the best of both worlds.
I will grab some 38 or 40ss once they get it back in stock as that way I will be able to try both plain ss and a combo and see which I really like better.
Thanks for the help I appreciate it.