Just re-read the entire thread, What pot are you using, because i have been working on a new system for myself, based on the Jetboil PCS cup, And considering the size and flame pattern of you stove, it might work even better by allowing the Flux-ring to absorb heat more evenly. The other thing is that considering the fact that pressure stoves burn fuel off faster as opposed to open designs, you'll want to go for a pot that absorbs the heat as fast as your stove can make it.irrationalsolutions wrote:im going for fast boil time first then i was going to tweak it for efficiency.
Look at Tony's 550ml cut-down Jetboil cup. Thats a really good pot, small light efficient. Not sure how big it actually is but still.
Oh and coincidently you can then tell people you have a JET(boil) with a AFTERBURNER.