Why coiling increase resistance?

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It doesn't, unless you use more material. Coiling can increase reactance, though.
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"Thing is... I've heard that juice changes the resistance, and that use changes the resistance (as the coil is used, it get's micro-fractures, pits, etc and it literally changes the conductivity). So... my guess is that it's a moving target anyway. Of course, if the performance is based on cold-measured resistance... maybe it doesn't matter. In other words: if they used a glowing-resistance measurement, maybe we'd buy 2.1 ohm coils vs 2.0 ohm coils for the same effect."
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