Um..... stop clipping the hell out of the signal. Turn your bass boost and gain knobs all the way down, turn the bass on your headunit to a normal, flat level.
Now put the volume at your normal listening level, maybe a little higher, then turn the gain on the amp up until it stops sounding good (usually just sounds like an unnatural sub noise). Resume your playing and enjoy an odorless vehicle.
There's just no way you should be smelling coil on that sub at 1K. As for your original question, just play it normally, it'll break in on its own.
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