Originally Posted by HeSmellsLikeSmoke
I take into consideration that his heavy gauge pit comes down in temperature much slower than my lighter gauge smokers once he shuts his completely down. To simulate a slower cooling rate I graduate the shutting down of my vents.
From what you have found, this might not be necessary. It looks like a little experimentation is in order on my part.
I have the opposite issue. My BWS will hold 275 for a few hours after shutting down. I guess I would have to remove the charcoal tray and crack the door.
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