Has anyone tried rebuilding their coils for the Atlantis or Triton tanks? I recently purchased the Triton RTA and started building vertical coils on it. My only issue was the wicking holes are pretty small, so it takes a little longer to soak in more juice. I was building a nickel coil for my RTA, and really wanted to build a coil I could put in my Triton 2. I gently pushed the cotton and coil out of a pre-built coil (so I could see how it fit without damaging the coil). After seeing how the cotton was wrapped along the coil I made a nickel coil with 12 wraps, wrapped the coil in cotton, and gently put it back up inside the head piece. It comes in at .35 ohms, and it works like a charm! Vaping at 400-450° Fahrenheit and it's incredible! Getting amazing flavor and chucking clouds. I know the coils aren't meant to be rebuilt, but I decided to give it a shot, and was wondering if anyone else had tried as well. Contemplating building a coil and setting inside empty casing of a gClapton coil.