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Before we move any further, I'm gonna go ahead and tell you right now, this video is for you flavor chasers. It's not so much for the cloud chasers, but the guys who prefer to use RTAs, re-buildable tank atomizers, like the Kayfuns, the Squeak Reloaded, got a full review on this bad boy coming very soon; the Typhoons, the Foggers, etcetera.

Okay. It's for the devices where you have adjustable air flow at the base. But if you're the type of vaper, you prefer to use a thicker viscosity

How to Vape Heavy VG E Juice in Your RTA
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Video Transcript: How to Vape Heavy VG E Juice in Your RTA by RiP Trippers

Before we move any further, I'm gonna go ahead and tell you right now, this video is for you flavor chasers. It's not so much for the cloud chasers, but the guys who prefer to use RTAs, re-buildable tank atomizers, like the Kayfuns, the Squeak Reloaded, got a full review on this bad boy coming very soon; the Typhoons, the Foggers, etcetera.

Okay. It's for the devices where you have adjustable air flow at the base. But if you're the type of vaper, you prefer to use a thicker viscosity juice, like a 70VG/30PG Blend or an 80VG/20PG blend, or even something that's 90VG with no PG, and those thicker viscosity juices may be a challenge at times vaping in an RTA, because they're thicker, it doesn't wick as efficiently as something with more PG in it. And because those thicker juices don't wick as efficiently, you're more prone to dry hits and decreased flavor.

Well, today, I'm gonna show you guys how to decrease the dry hits, increase that flavor using an RTA and a thicker viscosity E-liquid. Now, I'm sure most of you guys already know this, but I have a juice company called Vape Trick. And the line that I currently offer, the 10 juices that we offer on our site right now, are either a 50/50 blend, or a 60/40 blend, 60PG/40VG. To me, those juices are thin. In a tank, they vape great, and that's because it's got PG in there, and it's got a lot of PG, either 50/50, like I mentioned, or 60% PG. And the PG acts as a flavor carrier, a damn good flavor carrier. And because of that, it wicks more efficiently and it vapes more efficiently in an RTA.

And I gotta come clean with you guys; the reason why I've been using RDAs, you guys seen me reviewing them, I've been reviewing every RDA under the sun, and that is because I have been testing the past four, five, six months, been testing a new line I'm about to come out with. A new line. It's gonna be called, The Plume Line, coming very soon. But the reason why I'm mentioning the Plume Line is because it's heavier on the VG... I mean heavy on the VG. It's for you guys that are more sensitive to PG. It's for you guys that love to chuck the clouds and the flavor. Flavor, it's all about the flavor for me. All of that and above. And even though that line is made for RDAs, I've also been using them in tanks, like the Squeak Reloaded, and like the Kayfun.

So I've got this Reloaded sitting on this ipv2, got a 1.80 build, using 28-gauge Kanthal, set to 27W, which is 7V, crazy, and she's cooking with gas! At 27W, at 7Vs, that is super-extreme for me, super-hot vape, but I'm showing you this because I want you guys to see how well this method works. Proof is in the pudding.

I'm gonna chain-vapor until she goes dry. Ready?

Full-on, kick-ass flavor.

A little hot, little hot, but still kick-ass flavor. It's full-on, no dry hit yet.

Okay. It's starting to get a little dry, but you guys saw it. I was vaping and vaping and vaping. That's off of an RTA 27W 7V, with a 1.80 build. I don't care who you are, I don't care how extreme you are, in this sucker, that's a hot vape. Hot vape and with a VG-based juice I was able to go that long, with full-on flavor, that's crazy.

Now I'm gonna show you the method. First thing you're gonna wanna do, and this is what works for me, is I like to fill the tank up about three-fourths of the way full. Not completely full, but three-fourths of the way. It's just what works for me. It may not work for you, everybody's different, but that's how I like to fill it up.

Next step, assuming you have something like a 1.1 or 1.80 in build in here, in this RTA, you got it sitting on a regulated device, a variable wattage device. Once you've filled this sucker up I like to vapor at a lower wattage. Right now, I've got her set to 12W. I'll take a few puffs on that. It heats up those coils slowly, heating up the wick, allowing the juice to get to those coils more efficiently. And then once I've done that, once I vape at 12W, I jump up to 14W, and this is only with a thicker-viscosity juice, guys. But once she's wicking into the coil more efficiently at a lower wattage then I jump her up.

Right now, I've got her at 14W, great flavor, Keranen flavor, then I jump her up higher and higher and higher until I get to where I want it. And for me, a really good spot is around 17W, 17½W with this 1.80 in build. Okay, so I got her at 17½W, gonna go ahead and take a pull.

Okay, flavor's good, but it's starting to get a little dry.

Yep, it's going dry on me. So what I do then is, where the air holes are down at the base, whether you have one air hole or you have adjustable air hole, all you do is plug up that one air hole that's open, plug it up, take a primer puff. You don't wanna take a huge primer puff, because if you do that then juice will flow, it'll flow out the air hole. And if it does start to leak, remember, tilt it up, make sure the hole is facing north, and vape, vape, vape, until you vape away all that juice and you'll be good to go.

You're creating a suction. You're pulling that juice down to the wick to the coil. Just do a light primer puff.

Just like that, and then you'll see where your juice line is. If you see a bubble or two or three, jump up, you know juice is to the coil, to the wick I mean, and then to the coil, and you're good to go.

Oh, yeah. You saw the vapor production, even more vapor production, because there's more juice to the wick, to the coil.

But you will find that doing this method, you may get a gurgle or two at first, for the first couple pulls, and after that, it starts to go away, you get full flavor, you can go, man. You can go 10 pulls. Ten pulls with heavy VG E-liquid in an RTA without getting a dry hit. Once you get a dry hit, you just repeat that process. Cover up that hole, take a light, light, light primer puff; and what that does, is it gets the juice to the wick and coil. And that's how it works. It's kinda like auto-dripping mode for your RTA.

Did you see how long of a hit that was? Long-ass hit! And I can go on forever like that using this method.

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In the description below, I'll post a link on where you can get this and the price. Price is, it's affordable. It's very affordable. It's not like organic cotton. Here's the price right here. You get massive amounts of sheet and sheet and sheets of this stuff. You just cut a sliver off at a time when you're using it. It lasts forever, and that's a whole box of this stuff, a whole box of goodness.

So if you're the type of vaper, you've tried tanks in the past with your higher VG-blend juices and you just did not like it, go back to the tank, give it a shot, try the method I've just showed you.

This is Rick Troopers, and remember, smoking is dead, vaping is the future, and the future is now.