Simple is the way
You should really be increasing your TCR value instead of increasing resistance. If you're using stainless steel coils and SS TRC is 88-95 then you should try 110-120. Since the temp is being calculated at the coils and not at the bowl you will find you need to run a much higher temp at the coils to achieve the desired temp at the bowl increasing TCR will increase overall temp and is a better way. If you increase your resistance you can only go so far off baseline before the resistance/heat calculations are thrown off too much and your mod will error or just force itself out of TC into Wattage mode.Tc works with my boxmod but not with the cold resistance. I have to increase the cold resistance setting with the box mod from 0.7 ohm to about 0.85-0.9 ohm. Thats not optimal since it is a little bit tricky to adjust it correctly.
Have you guys experienced something similar? With my cold (real) coil resistance the coil seems to stay too cold (with 210°C) but my boxmod setting goes up to 300°C on the display. If I set the resistance too high (1 ohm) the coil heats up very slow. Because of that I prefer wattage mode with my box.
I didn't find the box mod discussion thread @KeroZen
Could you maybe post the link in here?
Thanks in advance!