View Single Post
Unread 06-24-2011, 01:11 PM   #8118
is one Smokin' Farker
sandiegobbq's Avatar
Join Date: 06-22-11
Location: chula vista, ca
Downloads: 0
Uploads: 0

Originally Posted by LoveBBQ View Post
In this case the important thing to have is a flexible design that allows infinite control of air flow. Plugging an entire hole to reduce temps may be too much. With a ball valve or magnet you can do really small adjustments to dial in temps. It just depends on how much you want to control those temps. For most things it probably doesn't matter as long as you are in the ballpark so corks may be the ticket!

I went with a ball valve so I didn't have to bend over all the time to adjust the intake. What can I say? I'm lazy like that!
I think I am going to start with 4-6 holes on the bottom and use magnets first.

I actually don't mind messing with the vents until I get the temp steady.
sandiegobbq is offline   Reply With Quote