AGA - U wick conversion and setup

Hope this helps someone but I thoroughly recommend it as it enables great wicking for when running low resistance setups on the AGAs



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  1. Nice one Todd ... many thanks .. Ill do this next time I need to rewick!

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  2. Looks easy enough, might just try that with some mesh ive got laying about, think its 200 or something free from mesh company - Also i ordered one of those IBtanked tanks for mine today, from your video its thinner and looks miles cleaner..love your vids :)

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  3. The spring and washer setup makes things so much easier if you're fat fingered.

    nicely explained as always

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  4. Thanks - really useful and informative and - what I needed at the moment. One AGA tank mod coming up.

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  5. Superb video, just made my first ever u wick on this atty, and it's performing absolutely fantastically. Looks a bit tidier than yours as I followed the suggestion to cut across the nap of the mesh, and this makes it so much easier to form the U. I just rolled it around an old ego battery and got a perfect shape, then flamed it to fix the curve.

    Many many thanks Todd, you really did make this easy.

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  6. got an aga-t+ today and find the draw to tight for me and not alot of vapour ( 50/50 pg vg ) is it a good idea to open the hole up and would that inprove vapour to ?? everything else is fine

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  7. Hey Todd
    I've been pondering, i got my aga t+ a few days ago and have it lighting up as christmas tree thanks to ur videos, would it be possible to make a dual coil on the u wick using the fill hole as ur second negative? Dont know how u would fill if it was doable, but im sure i would come up with something;)
    Cheers from Denmark
    Morten F

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    1. Do you know, I have no idea lol

      But

      You are just the man to give it a go and let us know if it works ;)

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    2. Guess ill just have to wing it:)

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    3. i am running dual wicks on my aga t2 and its hittin like a beast. just remove one of the negatives when you need to fill, very simple and works well

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  8. Soi finally did it, was my first dual coil and hadnt had a genesis for a week so had a few problems, but 4th times a charm;)
    Btw, without any holes left for filling, you can put the top cap on, fill it up with ur fibger in front of the airhole, and then blow into ur drip tip. That way the wicks, will wick the liquid into the tank;)

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