Hi all. I have a Taykit coil stove, and I’ve got a general question about these stove types. When using mine it runs a bit anemic for the first 5 minutes or so before abruptly roaring into a higher pressure (and louder) burn. I usually am at or near boil at this point and I blow it out. My question is, “What’s going on at that point?” Is it: 1) The point where it is finally hot enough to reach a full and richer burn? 2) The point where the rate of fuel leaving the stove hits a higher overtone (like on a wind or string instrument)? 3) The point where the stove is about to explode? I know that coil stoves aren’t exactly pinnacles of safe design. Is this a sign that I should stick to my trusty Svea 123 and leave the coil stoves on the display shelf?