I have been using the pulse for a little while now and I have noticed some things about it. First, as you may be aware, this is my first mod and first RDA, so there may be somethings that you may think, "well, DUH!", but it is all new to me. LOL
First, I am running the pulse with a single macro coil, 26g 316L SS, 7 wraps, .59 ohms, and at various wattages from 30- 35 W. Simple build for a beginner, but I did wrap the coil myself and it didn't look like total garbage before I dry burned it in.
Up until yesterday, I have been running the pulse with one hole open, fully or partially, just to play with the airflow. But I noticed that I was getting some oozing liquid collecting in the closed hole. I kept cleaning and it was just come back. It wasn't coming from the outside, but seemed to be coming from the seam where the two pieces came together. I opened it up yesterday and , lo, the closed hole was full of juice. It is hard to say if it was because it was tipped at one point, or condensation of the liquid (I am inclined to believe it is the latter). After cleaning everything out, I decided to try a hole configuration where both holes are partially open, making the Pulse look as if it looking sideways at everything. Not only has it fixed the problem with juice collecting in that closed hole, but I also noticed a huge jump in flavor, immediately! I highly recommend giving it a try, to anyone with the Pulse. I was enjoying some DIY Rhodonite, and was suddenly able to pick up more of the fruity flavors (still not the bright pop of raspberry or apple I was hoping for when I was reading the flavor description, but that is another conversation, for another thread ). JMO, but if anyone else tries this, I would be curious to know if you notice a difference.