Well, it all depends on the demand for heat in your house. I have my fan limit switch set to come on at around 135 degrees and off at 100 degrees.
Then you'll be spending more time on the forum, searching posts and answering questions, because you stove is burning so well, there isn't anything more to do with it to keep it burning.
Now what? Improve it? How? Those will be the things you'll be wondering just like everyone else here.
Feel free to ask more, I'm ready.
I would record the results you get with what you do, regarding your individual system. The setting of the ash door spinner for your house, chimney and duct work may be different than mine. After a few months of burning and recording what the outside temperature was and what I did to compensate for the heat loss by my adjustments to the Clayton, I was able to figure out what needed to be done, how many ash door spins are needed for what the temperature is outside and what temperature the house got and how long I could keep it burning for each adjustment. I have to say, it is going to take a lot of patience, discipline, messy chimney, sooty firebox, a ton of ashes and a lot of coal. But once you figure it out, it will be a cake walk because you'll be able to make your system sing with about 15 to 30 minutes of you time a day.